Tuesday, August 27, 2013
The next campsite was way too far away (and we didn't know there would've been a bed and breakfast just 7 kilometers away) so we decided to use the Swedish "allemansrätten", "every man's rights", which means that anyone can set up a tent anywhere as long as it's not directly in front of someone's house or otherwise causing a disturbance.
Kaisa found this small wild field at the end of a small road that had almost disappeared among the long grass, and we set up the tent on soft moss. The night was the coldest we've experienced on the trip - partially because our tent spot was quite humid - and in the morning we couldn't part with our woolen jerseys before cycling a few kilometers. But otherwise it was the perfect little campsite. Hooray for allemansrätten!
Posted by Kaisa & Christoffer Leka at 9:13 AM