Tobogganing in Bak-Olsen
I already wrote a post on Bak-Olsen. Here are some more photos and animations from our tobogganing trip there two days ago.
My son was actually going straight down the steepest hill right after I took those photos. Dare-devil!
It may be important to stop and check if the child is laughing or crying after falling into the snow ... and, in the latter case, help or comfort the child. However, it wasn't really possible for me to stop and I also had my youngest daughter between my legs. Besides, he's probably big enough to handle it. (We're heading down the skiing track now, which goes to the right of the steep hill. Note that the light posts are padded - however, the trees aren't).
My eldest son ... can be so cruel sometimes ...
2018-12-27 13:28:25 localtime - full quality
We had forgotten to bring any drinks, except for hot cacao. Here I'm on my way down to the nearest shop to remedy the situation ... (my path went straight ahead, through a church yard ... unfortunately. Out of respect I did not slide down through the church yard).
2018-12-27 14:13:30 localtime - full quality
- 2018-12-27 14:18:28 localtime - full quality
This is the skiing track, the steep hill is to the left.
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