May 12: Swiss Camino Day 3

Another long day with a very steep and arduous hill at the end but the view from the top is worth it!

It was pretty warm today, even I can admit that. I had sweat droplets coming down my face which hasn’t happened for a very long time! We left the accommodation in Tobel at 8.45am (we’re creatures of habit it seems) after a big breakfast talking to the owners and another couple who are walking one more day with their dog.

First came some fields with fresh hay bales, then some flat parts, then some hilly parts, then lunch in Fisherlingen, then some really beautiful forested parts and then finally some open parts which were very, very steep. Leo asked me was it just him or was I suffering on the incline too? I was suffering. We arrived in Hörnli just after 4pm and decided after 28km that was enough for one day. It was time to stop and enjoy that view.

Hope you enjoy the photos. I’ll write descriptions when I’m home.

Wishing you a wonderful day.

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4 thoughts on “May 12: Swiss Camino Day 3

  1. You are so lucky with the weather and what great countryside. I am not sure I am up for bunk accomodation – Seabourn is more my style. But sounds like are having a great time. I am in Melbourne for a conference for two days. Sharon and Heel here so good catching up with them. Catch up with Beth and James tonight and will see Beth again tomorrow. Do a big yodel somewhere on the walk for me

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    • Curlymint77, you would have blitzed it! I know it! We would have loved to have you there with us. You were there in my mind. And almost every time I took a photo I thought of you (Gab would like that, oh that’s a good view Gab would like that too) but I realise I tend to take a lot of wide shots whereas you go for close ups, which are more memorable I reckon!

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