Picnic At The Lake, Jungfrau, Switzerland (Road Trip 10)

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Sorry to say my cold is still hanging around, a little too close for comfort and unfortunately one side effect is tiredness, due to not sleeping very well at night.  So it’s a case of how long can I stay awake to finish a post 🙂 well it would seem not long enough, so this is more a postcard of our picnic at the lake, which we hiked down to, and then on to the next train station at Kleine Scheidegg on our visit to the Jungfrau September 2018.  The weather was perfect, hot, sunny and no rain or cloud, the best out of the three trips up the mountain.  The next post will be of the last leg of the trip down the mountain……hopefully 🙂 

September 2018

21 Replies to “Picnic At The Lake, Jungfrau, Switzerland (Road Trip 10)”

  1. Fantastic blue skies.
    I’ve never been to the Alps, unless you count a short business trip to Geneva. Your photos reinforce the desire to go there before I’m too knackered to enjoy them!

  2. Sorry to hear that your cold is lingering; even worse, that it is affecting your blogging time! 🙂
    I hope you feel better soon.
    Meanwhile, these photos are spectacular. Everything is so clear and blue. 🙂

    1. Thank you and that was the worse thing ever, interfering with my blogging 🙂 I can’t begin to tell you how beautiful the place is, such blue skies and crystal clear air, but i’m glad the photos have shown a little of the beauty 🙂

  3. Enjoyed all the photos ,but the stone photos really caught my eye,as the lovely purple flower. Sorry about that nasty cold! Just get your rest and post later… those photos won’t run away.🤓

    1. Thank you Deb, feel a little better now, enough that I can stay awake 🙂 I loved the stones, as you could tell by the amount of photos I took of them 🙂

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