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Chris Walk

Chris' 2. Coronaimpf-Walk

Chris' 2. Coronaimpf-Walk

00:58
3.18 mi
3.3 mph
75 ft
100 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
0.64 mi
Heu wenden...
0.78 mi
1.03 mi
in der Mittagssonne...
Kleine Libelle, weit weg
Sumpf-Schwertlilie
Bahnen ziehen...
Der Nachwuchs wächst...
Hier wächst auch die echte Kamille - gut gegen Fieber🤔?
sind auch noch alle Küken da...
Manchmal lohnt sich das Ausharren😻
Reih - erwischt
Hier drin sind Frösche
einer aus dem Chor
Wolfgang Ferdinand Beetbach: das große Froschkonzert in Schiss-Dur🎼🎶🐸
1.49 mi
Am Nebenschauplatz wird auch gequakt...
Der Nebenschauplatz
von den mindestens 30 Bläulingsarten könnte es am ehesten der Rotklee-Bläuling sein...
auf jeden Fall zu schnell, um näher ran zu kommen
2.29 mi
Pferdeidyll
entdeckt die Welt gerade erst
Früher als Postkarte gesammelt...
Heimweg
2.80 mi
Auch wahr...
3.18 mi
Destination

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Chris Walk went for a hike.

June 2, 2021

Comments

  • Chris Walk

    It is finished!
    Early today at noon I had my 2nd COVID-19 vaccination, and after consulting my doctor who carried out the vaccination, I was also allowed to go for a walk. So it took me around the house again. The sun was already burning at about 26 ° C in the shade.
    I saw a lot of dragonflies that were all too fast to photograph, as well as a little strange insects that were either hornets or fat dragonflies, too fast to photograph ...Since I stayed longer at the "lake", the swan family also came to visit me, and the otherwise very shy gray heron watched me from a distance.To say goodbye, a choir with about 20 water frogs gave a wonderful concert, and singular singers could also be heard and seen from close up on the side arm of the stream.On the way home I met a herd of mother mares with some very young foals and heard a concert of birds on the forest path home (according to the app it was starlings, song thrushes, nuthatches, robins and a lot more).So far there have been no side effects of the vaccination, let's hope that I will survive it well and then be able to "endure my freedom" again afterwards ...All of you stay healthy and have a nice weekend!

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    • June 2, 2021

  • Sarah wandert☀️🥾

    Wonderful 👏🏻 I hope you take the vaccination well, keep your fingers crossed!

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    • June 2, 2021

  • Chris Walk

    Thank you, Sarah😘

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    • June 2, 2021

  • Marek Mierzwa🚶‍♂️🚲🚶‍♀️

    Hello Chris 👋, I can only join Sarah 🍀 I hope they will "see" 🥾 you again soon 😉lg M 🙋‍♂️

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    • June 2, 2021

  • Chris Walk

    Dear Marek, yes, I am already planning the next major hikes. However, I am currently busy with my neck and neck muscles, doing yoga and a few exercises, but long hiking is not an option. And then let's see if I keep something from the vaccination ...
    But as long as you all hike diligently, I won't get bored😁😂

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    • June 2, 2021

  • Jenny

    Is that a great round with all the animals 🥰. The swan chicks are cute! I think they're all still there 😃. A little paradise for the animals! Today I saw a Canada goose family at the DEK among the many bathers 😢. The chicks are still small. I don't know why the geese chose such a place. At this point there are only sheet piles. No shore 😢. I keep my fingers crossed that you won't get any symptoms from the vaccination! Oh yeah, yoga is great! Always be hardworking 😉.

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    • June 2, 2021

  • Chris Walk

    Thank you, Jenny, I have to get really fit again, the little rounds are almost no longer enough. But it only makes it worse if you strain your neck😜
    On Tuesday I finally have my first KG, and after that it should get better ... 😻👍
    Canada geese are not as shy as other goose or duck species, so I am not surprised that they are among the bathers. The main thing is that people just leave them alone🙃

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    • June 2, 2021

  • Yvonn❤

    Again brought wonderful animal photos🥰I like the frog very much, I think it was picture 18🐸💚And the foal is totally cute🐴❤
    You stay healthy too, I firmly press both that you get no side effects🤗🖐

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    • June 2, 2021

  • Chris Walk

    Dear Yvonn🦋, with so many good wishes, I'll soon be fit again👍💪
    You have to - what would summer be without extensive hiking tours?
    I thought the riding school had given up its stud, but obviously they still have offspring, at least I was delighted

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    • June 3, 2021

  • REDO109

    Dear Chris, a tip from me: I recently had enormous problems carrying a backpack and bought the Nijmegen 6 hip bag from Lowe Alpin. It has space for 2 water bottles, a small rain jacket, a little bag for on the go, wallet and other little things. It can be carried very comfortably and is ideally suited for not-so-long tours. It is a tremendous relief for the shoulders and neck as well as other problem areas on my upper body.

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    • June 7, 2021

  • Chris Walk

    That sounds interesting, thank you😻
    For my home runs I have a simple hip belt for keys, speed and pen, but it doesn't have a cup holder. However, I would try it out at my dealer first, as the belt is a bit more expensive.
    And since it was developed for the 4-day 50 km Nijmegentour, it sounds funny when you say, for tours that are not that long lange

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    • June 7, 2021

  • REDO109

    Well, after about 13-14 km I can feel the bag on my lower lumbar vertebrae. That's another problem area for me ...

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    • June 7, 2021

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Chris Walk

Chris' 2. Coronaimpf-Walk