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... the air was and how it affects your breathing. Key is to go slow and steady.
We toured some permanent ice caves at the summit before walking out into the glorious sunshine at Jungfraujoch. Unfortunately for us we left our sun glasses in the car. Could have really used them. At 11,333 feet, one is way above the weather and the views are incredible. At the look out point we could see a dozen or more named peaks in the Alps. Spending about a half an ...
... s no spring chicken anymore and we're probably pushing her limits nearly everyday.
The scenery in this section was worth the effort though with lots of snow around and pretty alpine flowers pushing through the ground and snow. Most flowers have little to no leaf foliage so as you walk all you see are brightly coloured flowers everywhere against the soggy brown grass.
We don't know hardly any of the names, but we saw yellow buttercups, bright purple bell shaped ...
... and is like most railways in the
area operated by electric trains on a rack system. As we leave Kleine Scheidegg
on the rather level line the line just dips away down the edge of the mountain
and from the train it looks more like a roller coaster than a rail system.
The weather here today is wonderful with almost total blue skies and the
temp is creeping up by the minute and by the time we arrive into Grindlewald the
temp must be well up at about ...
... horses and two pot belly pigs kept company with a herd of llamas. I had only paid attention to the fact that it would be a warm day and stupidly wore my Ecco sandals with socks, looking a lot like a European. What I forgot was the fact we were trekking with llamas. After harnessing our boys (no girl llamas in the group) we set off into the pastures that are anything but flat and smooth, something suitable for sandals, my boy decided to step ...
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