Most of all greenish

A trip on mountain biking, mostly on small asphalt roads.
Many green, yellow and blue colors a little bit red in the mix too.
Asparagus is available in both white and green versions,
here they grow green, the farmer cleans and packs on the farm.
New organic potatoes that are a bit weed because no chemicals are used.
Smoked salmon at the home of a local fisherman.
Bonfire for boiling water for freshly brewed black coffee.
All in all, a good sunday trip.

Walk inspired by “Restlessjo” and her captivating “Monday walk” themes.

The real stuff

Probably one of the most sympathetic danish sausages men
– it’s Knud from the city of Horsens presents the real danish hot dog.

The ingredients are bread, onion, ketchup, mustard, pickled and sliced cucumber
– sausages there are many different kinds, in some places vegan too.

Many use it as a quick pit stop.

Inspired by this week theme “Comfort food” in the “Friendly Friday”.
The Sandy Chronicles

Some even forget the mobile

Probably never heard of stress and rush.

Small cozy cabins in civilized nature can be rented
– at the same time both together and separately, allowed by all rules.
To get around if not by car – so there can be rented bicycles, rowing boats or horses.

Whichever type of transport preferred.
Then the village harbor is a naturally chosen pit stop.

Walk inspired by “Restlessjo” and her captivating “Monday walk” themes.

Dream

Dreams always seem just out of reach
– but they don’t come by themselves, we have to catch them.

When I was very very young teenager, I dreamed of being at least 30 years older
so I could invite either Gina Lollobrigida or Audrey Hepburn on a date.

Most common obstacle for our dreams to come true
– might doubtless be if we haven’t the courage to pursue them
*Walt Disney*

Start where you are.
Use what you have.
Do what you can
*Arthur Ashe – american tennis player*

*Debbie and “Travel with intent” with “Dream” as the inspiring theme word*

Not all erased by time

Time doesn’t erase everything.

Over twelve hundred year old tracks can still be found in many places.
The clarity of settlements, burial sites and constructions in nature can surprise.
Much is seen as integrated in the landscape as if it has always been there
– It almost has that, apart from the seagull and the stylistic copy of the viking ship.

The white boat “only” have fifty year historic and still in use – so nearly brand new.

Inspired by this week “Surprise” theme in the “Friendly Friday”.
Something to ponder about