Originally Posted by russmay
Blaze, I just enjoy the journey to get to the hang spot. The countryside is beautiful. The diversity of gorgeous homes and cottages along the way is wonderful. Where I live the more wealthy you are the closer to the hills you are. It looks as if the homes and people are spread out all over . Just spectacular! I bet the gentle sounds of the water rocked you to sleep like a baby.
Here in Denmark the most expensive land is the land with a view of the sea.
And having lived just at sea level for some thing like 18 years, as I recall it, gives that sound a special meaning to me.
And thanks russmay for watching and commenting.
Originally Posted by FLRider
That sure is some beautiful country you've got there, Blaze.
Thanks for sharing the pack with me. I'd never thought to get an old backpack and just strap it down to the rack, but it makes a lot of sense to have a small daypack along. Genius!
It sure is soothing to listen to the waves as you drift off to sleep. I just wish there were more spots to do that near me; most of the coastline is so developed here in Florida that one can't hang most places there. Even the state parks along the coast won't let you hang (yet!).
I borrowed your candle trick for this past weekend at the 2nd Annual Florida Hang out in Ocala National Forest, and it worked a treat. Thanks for the idea. It meant that I could have a cup of coffee and then a cup of cocoa without having to heat water twice (or keep a fire going in my wood burner).
That water looked cold! I sure hope that everything went okay with your bike once you got it back home--saltwater isn't something to play around with. Though, considering the way you take care of your gear, I suppose I shouldn't worry too much about that.
I look forward to seeing more of your beautiful city in the next video.
You are welcome FLRider.
I decided 15 years ago that I had had enough of the crowded city environment so I left Copenhagen and settled down in the country side. Never once looked back.
And glad you too are using your little chandelier for more than light.
As for saltwater and a bike, it is a killer. When I returned home the front gear shifter had got stuck, so a good rinse down with water and then a spraying with WD40 did the trick.
And I will do my best not to disappoint you with the next video.