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... everything is well maintained and in good order... the work ethic and how folks continue to live and thrive in isolated mountain valleys instead of seeking the easier life... the ingenuity... the friendliness of everyone I pass... It gets me thinking. Shouldn't the Swiss rule the world, and the whole world live by Swiss rules and culture? Nah... i think it would get monotonous if the whole world had the ...
3 hrs, 8 kms
Things get a little confusing after Landquart. I follow what I think is a path to the next town, across the wide grassy valley, but no, it dead ends in a field. I backtrack and look for another way. I could just follow the road, but I've managed to avoid roads in all of Switzerand, so why start using them now? Instead I follow ...
1Day 278 2 hrs, 3 kms I'd always thought of Switzerland as being a very secular, non religious country. Well, today's Sunday, so let's see if that's true or not. To my surprise, I see several churches that look quite full--and not just old people, folks in their 20s and 30s too. Landquart is ...
... seeing almost within arms reach.
Actually, it seems to be working! My feet are a bit numb--but all the important stuff is staying dry. I've done it! I've become an all-weather hiker. And I'm not alone. Apparently the Swiss don't let the weather keep them indoor either, and some of them are out walking, jogging or cycling.
Finally the rain stops, and I can switch to more conventional attire--just in time so I'll be able to do ...
... expensive, but within range. I gratefully check in, and immediately hit the shower, my first since Italy. Exploring Chur It's still raining a bit, but I'm not going to let that stop me from exploring the city a bit. The hostel is in a small strip club area--but it doesn't feel sleazy or suspicious. Then, across the stream and tunneling through the buildings, and you're in the medieval "old city" of Chur. Here I must retract what I said ...