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Today we decided to spend the day chilling out before our planned return to Winkel where we would be meeting up with Justin who would be coming out to visit his Granny for a couple of days.
We spent most of the morning doing book work before going out for a brief ride ...
Today was predicted to be the hottest day in the history of Switzerland. Well it certainly didn't let us down with temperatures soaring to an estimated 38 degrees. Corinne's plan was to walk in the shade so we got onto a bus and headed towards the Italian border to a town call Casaccia from where we set out on a leisurely walk into the surrounding forests. As we had descended some distance down the Maloja Pass, the vegetation had ...
... have the skill set to adapt to this style of riding. I there fore found myself following him around these switchbacks a 5km per hour while he paddled his way around. My previous Trials riding skills came in very handy balancing the bike at these low speeds. It took us what seemed like forever to climb to the summit and the rest of our tour group waiting at the 2115 meter summit. After a brief rest it was off down the other side of the Pass and towards ...
Just interesting to note that to date we have, in total, cycled 685km and walked some 96kms.
Seeing as that there wasn't much to talk about I have posted some of the 65 odd flower photos that I have collected so ...
... been left to grow and some of these trees are huge and very old. One of the trees is estimated to be between 1000 and 1400 years old. As Corinne says, it must have seen a bit of history. The track we took was also marked with red flags which were trail markers for a mountain run that was due to take place on the following day over distances of 16.3 kms, 30.1 kms or 46.6 kms with an altitude change of 3019 meters. People run these things!!!!!!