Less Than 100 Miles For My walk1000miles Challenge

Ratzeburger See - no boats in late autumn
Ratzeburger See – no boats in late autumn

My walk1000miles challenge is nearing its end. Not rapidly, but I’m getting there. And now I am down to a two digit number of still remaining miles.

When I thought about and started this walk1000miles challenge at the beginning of the year, it had sounded “quite ok” for being a challenge. Back then, I guessed that the main challenge would not be the physical, but rather the time management part. How right I had been back then!

In May I wrote some lines that the “one hour per day” is quite often difficult to achieve. And that meant, of course, each day without some miles would put extra miles (and time, and pressure) on top of the following day(s). Continue reading “Less Than 100 Miles For My walk1000miles Challenge”

Autumn Wind In St. Peter-Ording

Spending five days in St. Peter-Ording – this certainly sounded like having fun. Hiking in the muds of the Wadden Sea, building sandcastles and letting the kids’ kite fly high. Well, that was the plan.

The North Sea and its beaches have their very own enchanting atmosphere – also, and especially, in autumn. Funnily enough, this inspirational thought is not something I came up with as the only person in the world, as restaurants and bars were still rather crowded. Lots of people walking along the sandy beach, showing themselves and everyone else around: We do like water, we do like the sea, even when it all is a bit colder in autumn.

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