🐏 Heidschnuckenweg Tag 5 – Von Soltau in die Südsee 🏝
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Carola K. y Miri 🌸 hicieron una caminata.
6 de junio de 2021
80 to 90 percent rain. All day. After the weather forecasters have made this forecast, we think of an alternative plan to the stage so that we don't spend the day completely frozen. The dear hostess, who welcomed us so spontaneously yesterday, takes us by car to Soltau, where we continue walking. We have to hike the skipped 12 kilometers between Timmerloh and Soltau another time for “connecting footsteps”.And the weather frogs are wrong again. The sky is overcast, but not a drop comes down. Although we skipped a lot today, in the end there are 22 kilometers on the clock. This is mainly due to the fact that our half-time goal, the Südsee-Camp, is a huge area that we first have to circumnavigate to get to the entrance and the corona test station.After another negative test result, we go to our place, which despite the plan, we find it difficult, hardship and help from the "neighbors". The hot shower, freshly washed laundry and a portion of french fries are a real blessing! 🚿🧺🍟P.s. Internet reception is sooo bad here 😅
9 de junio de 2021
Then you weren't even allowed to get to know our beautiful Kreuzberg 😃😃🙋🏼♀️🙋🏼♀️
Great pictures again 👍🏻, strong performances, we wish you a lot of fun and good luck 😃
10 de junio de 2021
@Bianca Diers: Unfortunately, the Kreuzberg actually fell by the wayside. But the plan is clear: the remaining kilometers including Kreuzberg will be made up for!
13 de junio de 2021
@ Weschi: Thanks continue. It's just a wonderful route. Only the daily dragging of water at the end of the day is pretty tough - that's how it is when you don't sleep in accommodations. ;)
Showering, sleeping and having breakfast would also have been possible here because we live right on Kreuzberg and are only a 5-minute walk away.
15 de junio de 2021
Very nice photos and very interesting
19 de junio de 2021
Very nice and very interesting greeting cyclist Michael Römpler