Few days ago we decided to go hiking around Ostrzyca – it’s a dead vulcano shaped in such a way as to be called Mount Fuji of Lower Silesia. Beautiful place for about 2-3 hours of hiking, with grilling spot where you can organize picnic at the end of journey.
In autumn it’s better to take boots – or jump through the mud and ponds. Forget about baby carriage – luckily we had babywearing wrap;)
That’s the biggest mushroom Hannah saw in her life. And here is our destiny – Mount Doom. Ants have their own Mount Doom.Break for a cookie… Local anomaly – trees are growing in mid-air.Stairs. In forest. Stairs? In forest? Lots of stairs. And even more stairs…Hannah had to take a break, there’s so much stairs there.In the meantine, Mommy was counting how many stairs are still to beat. Apart from stairs there’s also a lot of rocksAnd rocks.And stairs.And stairs mixed with rocks. We have defeated all of them – all those stairs and rocks. And rocks and stairs!
In the next part – photos from the top of Mount of Doom and the way back.
Pellicano Baby Mauris
Ostrzyca, Kaczawskie Mountains, Sudetes, Poland.