Photo credit on all images goes to the brilliant Kolfinna Snow
Although it's still August, it feels like summer is aaalmost coming to an end, life's getting back into routine and I catch myself starting to prepare for the winter ahead. And to organize! Late August for me is all about organizing (which consists of cleaning, getting the kids to bed and out of bed at a reasonable hour...and reading cook books).
But Fall also comes with excitement of what's ahead. New projects and challenges.
So when I finally had the time to sit down and write a little post here, I thought I'd reflect on what's been going on this summer and share some new work with you. But....then I started to browse through the photos and found so many brilliant ones from my yearly hiking trip (Photo credit to Kolfinna Snow). So I thought I'd just share those today. The work stuff can wait.
The trip,...in short ; it was awesome!!!
The start of "Vatnaleiðin", a three day hike (in total ca.54 km.)
Along the way we watched some encouraging video messages
This years walk had an Indian theme in food and decoration and we celebrated the philosophy of the great Gandhi
It's not an option, it's a must to wear a bright red lipstick...
....and to be fashionable, according to the theme of course
No caption needed, right?
Almost at the final destination on day one...
There was no way to resist this ice-cold thing when we came to the cabin...
...or to take part in the ever so scientific Champagne/Cava/Sparkling-Wine blind wine tasting event
I'm proud to be the honour DJ in all our walks - and it seemed like people liked dancing to Benny Lava and friends
Sigga, Elísabet and Elfa beauties!
Festive accessories are a big part of our trip
...hair accessories are also essential
Ms. Selma with a tray full of ice-cold Bombay Gin (got to say it tastes pretty amazing after a 22km hike)
Another brilliant video message
The food was not too shabby
We laughed so much it hurt
Ready for day three
for Gandhi of course
Erla found an egg
At the end of this road, the bus waited for us, and as tired I was and happy to see it, I was also sad that it was over....till next year. Thank you Kolla for the photos! And thank you ladies for an epic trip!