It’s 2022, we have a new Hymer so it’s adventure time…
Having had a pretty rubbish last 12 month’s, loosing our two precious houndies, Tilly and Belle we decided to get away in the new van and we’re heading for the Jura area of France. A late Eurotunnel crossing sees us head an hour inland and a park up at Wormhout. It’s a pretty lakeside spot we’ve stopped at before. A cosy first night, a walk by around the lake and some well needed rest. A new day brings more Km’s SE and after a glorious riverside picnic stop watching Dippers and Damosels making the most of the crystal clear water we head off to our park up for the night.…
The Chilterns, a return journey in August 2019…
Having spent a week walking the glorious Ridgeway National Trail a few years ago we’ve always wanted to revisit the Chilterns sections at the end of the route. Having Hank has given us the chance to do just that!! We pre- booked a Certified Location site at Dagnall Farm, Hertfordshire which was a new CL and seemed a perfect location for all the stuff we wanted to do.
Snowdonia seems like a long time ago…
The year 2019 in the Hymertrails household has been a whirlwind so far. We put our house up for sale back around Xmas 2018 and had big plans for selling by spring, packing our jobs in and heading off for a year or so around Europe, and beyond… Jump forward to Autumn 2019 and we’ve only just sold the house, I’ve landed a new job and we’ve not as yet managed to explore Europe and beyond. We have though got ourselves in a better place. We are no longer tied to a house (that we really loved) but was blighted horrendously by terrible and very disruptive neighbours! Throughout all the…
Let’s just start by saying that Hamburg looked a nightmare traffic wise, so being sensible folks we parked up just north of the city and decided to wait out rush hour. We fed the hounds and ourselves before heading off south towards the Elbe tunnel and the myriad roadworks plaguing Hamburg. Phew, we have made it through trouble-free! Onwards it is then, forest park up for the night. We had torrential rain during the night and unfortunately had a proper soaking the following morning, Hank was strewn with wet gear, both of the doggy and human kind.
Coastline, culture, religion and the island of Als.
It was with heavy hearts that we left the Danish Lake District, but the torrential rain just made the decision that little bit easier. Next stop on the Hymertrails tour was Kolding, a beautiful mix of old and new (according to our Lonely Planet) nestled at the top of the Kolding fjord.
A trip to The Lakes…
The Hymertrails gang finds itself in a decision-making situation once again, do we hold out at Denmark’s largest forest and hope the weather forecast in two days time is wrong or head further south and try to experience the Danish Lake District in sunny weather for at least one day?
Trees, trees and yes more trees!!!
Some of you will know that one-quarter of the Hymertrails gang is a Forest Ranger and that I love trees. So at any opportunity, I’ll steer Hank and the rest of the gang into the woods. After leaving Skagen it was time to head south and a stop off at Rold Skov, Denmark’s largest forest, yes please!!
Having spent a lovely couple of days on Romo we decided it was time to head north and set Hank on a course for Skagen, the northern tip of Denmark.
Roaming on Romo.
We arrived on Romo having crossed the long causeway then turned left and headed to a commercial Aire just outside Havneby, Oasen Romo. A new looking camperstop with circular parking around a central lake.
Hymertrails have landed…
We made it, crossing the border today andheading for our first stop on Danish soil, the little village of Mogeltonder. What a fantastic introduction all cobbles, cute houses, flowers and a magnificent old church, think we’re going to like Denmark.