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Not very exciting for the non-golfers but today we went to the lovely nearby village of Goldegg to play golf. The weather was perfect and the course was just beautiful. If you're not a golfer just enjoy the pictures. It was also completely quiet, except for the sound of one cow bell in the next field.
After golf we ...
... interesting things and to catch your breath. It is impressive and just giant. The whole cave complex is a massive 42km, we walked just 1km but it is 0C now and -5C in the winter and pitch black. I saw a bit less than I would have liked as I was concentrating on the slippery steps. On the way down I had more time to look about but the light level is low so you can't see the whole place all at once. By the time we got to the exit, an hour and half later, we were both cold, ...
... in Zell Am-See. It's a pretty town on the edge of large lake. We have been here before in 2004 on a skiing holiday at Xmas.I can't remember a huge amount, apart from enjoying the skiing, but I'm sure it's changed dramatically. We are staying in a very nice apartment for a few days, all mod-cons and close to the centre. Went for a walk tonight and took some nice shots ...
... of the region. These mountains, while still remarkably sheer, are eroding. And they will one day be gone—just like their predecessors, 250 million years ago. This is no tragedy: the cycle will start anew, and new mountains will rise again. As I climbed through the mountains, I saw clear examples of the region’s history all around me. The sheer, carved cliffs shown below are examples of the pushing and grinding of the continental ...
More blue stuff, even after a very leisurely get-up-and-go. Or not-go as we are staying here for a second night. Given the weather, we consider it's time to scale an Alp before we run out of blue sky/Alps/time. Grossglockner beckons, but having abandoned thoughts of the drive, we're left with getting as high as we can by ski-uplift, or by hijacking a plane. Sandra suggested it might be worth hiring a plane, but in the end ...