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I was still in recovery mode from sickness (and other female issues), when Kari’s mother decided we should go up the same mountain that the cabin was located in. I was told that it wasn’t such a long trip, so I went along in blissfull ignorance. The first kilometer or so was okey, no problem. But then the climbing began and it was steep. I had to go at my own pace to ensure that I didn’t over extend myself, and I’m happy I did. Halfway there my water bottle was empty and there was no water in sight anywhere, but again I was told it was “just around the corner”. I continued walking but I just soured more and more. Just before I was about to say “fuck it”, they shouted: We’re here!

So I got up.

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View from the cabin in the afternoon. The cabin was located high up in the mountain so it gave us a great view of the valley. We often got to see the clouds that was in the valley. We even saw clouds being made in the valley (the ground was warmer than the air).

View from the cabin in the afternoon. The cabin was located high up in the mountain so it gave us a great view of the valley. We often got to see the clouds that was in the valley. We even saw clouds being made in the valley (the ground was warmer than the air).

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