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This morning I thought I would have a chilly day, sorting out my kit and planning where I was going to next. After a few days of camping you get into a sort of routine. Wake up at the same time, get a cup of tea, have breakfast and catch up on the world of emails and Facebook.
Well I booked two nights in a cabin at Saue, well I had been camping for seven nights and at my age I deserve some luxury now and again...
Later on that day the campsite owners son came over and asked if I would like to see some more of the local area. It was agreed that he would pick me up around 6pm, deal done.
On-route we came accross a three legged minature sausage dog walking down the middle of the road as you do! so we stopped, picked it up and took it to the local cat and dog home. Here the dog promptly threw up while the lady at the home was calling the dog's owner! Anyway good deed done for the day and a small contribution was given to the home, maybe most of it would be used on cleaning products to clear up what the dog had thrown up!...lol
Then it was off again to visit a local bird sactuary on the coast and visit an old Soviet Air Base. Apparently this was the Western front for them and the base had bombers as well as MIGs. Now the locals use the runway as a drag strip....

Back at the campsite it was time for some food and a cup of horlicks and off to bed (Only joking with the Horlicks)...lol
After a slightly disturbed night of banging car doors and the German chain smoking couple in the tent next to me coughing up their lungs most of the night. i got up slightly bleary eyed, packed and set off for my massive mileage day of 62 miles, "Iron Butt" eat your heart out....

I am now sitting on my porch tying this blog after a meat pizza, chocolate muffin snack at the campsite. It's a tough life....lol


Posted by Speedmaster58 05:37 Archived in Estonia

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