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Moving a bit slowly this morning. Tired due to late night getting washing from dryer and folding it up, researching what to do etc, etc after the others had gone to bed.
Despite forecast for rain at 2pm we decided to head up the mountain on the cable car to First at 11:30am to walk the Alpine Flower Trail.
Note: the Alpine Flower Trail is described as a "gently undulating path through flower strewn meadows".
Awesome view of the valley on the way up to First with plenty ...
... photos but delete at least half of them. It is a very dramatic climb as the path winds its way along the very edge of exceptionally steep cliffs on one side of the glacial valley. I trust the photos do the scene justice; I loved the walk particularly as I had it all to myself.
Baregg is very remote and there is absolutely no development there other than a typical mountain restaurant. It is relatively new, being built in ...
... mountains can be seen from many angles in this cozy place. Off to Grindelwald today with good memories filling our heads.
Forgot to add some of Wyatt's antics. At dinner the other night Wyatt was most impressed with the waiter and wanted out of his antique high chair to roam about the open deck. He would come over to me with his colored pencil and child's menu to ask what he could get for me. I would ask for potatoes and he would ...
... frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">The track out of Wengen started just fine, a little ragged, a bit rocky, a little steep and zigzaggy, then as we went through the woods, gnarly tree roots which completely covered the path, a bit like Riverhead (Auckland) on a bad day! Picking our way between rocks and tree roots we finally came out into the open and the path only got steeper. However we were reassured by the ...
... and penguins!