|I didn't get going before 3pm so when I arrived at Skålsjøen (about a 15 km hike) the sun was setting.|
|Loved the reflections in the water as the sun set and the water was gently rippled by the evening breeze.|
|Skålsjø, looking southwards from my campsite.|
|Dinner was dehydrated "Lentils and rice" made from the recipe by hammock forum member "Babelfish5".|
It's yummy! and its the only recipe I've come across that asks for a can of coke to be added.
|The sun has dipped below the horizon and I'm lying in my hammock, feeling comfortable and warm, watching mosquitos|
struggling in vain to get into my hammock to suck my blood with their precision instruments and local anaesthetic, but it was not to be.
|My hammock rig: Warbonnet Blackbird double layer 1.1 w/stock suspension, MacCat Deluxe Spinn|
Tarp, Hammockgear.com Winter Incubator (overkill is underrated) and Hennesy snakeskins.
|I couldn't be bothered to backtrack the way I came to Skålsjø as the last bit was hard going through soggy ground,|
so I checked my map and decided to plot a direct course for a trail about 800m west of my campsite.
|Love these. They're called "Torvmyrull" in norwegian. Nice to just take a break and watch them move with the wind.|
Have a great week!.