Grövelsjön 2014: Slagufjället
Walk on the moor north along Slagusjön. Easy hiking without major climb to the top of Slagufjället. It offers a nice view of the lake district below.

Saturday, September 6, 2014:
Wake up in the night. Looking out. Stars. Dark. Rarely you get to see such a starry sky. Milky Way band.

Yesterday was hot and sweaty. Washes up my sweaty shirt. It dries quickly in the sun and the heat of the shelter roof. Searching errors on the mattress. Find nothing. Packing for a trip up the Slagufjällets highest point. 1129 meters above sea level. On the map it looks to be a nice view of the lake district with Rogen in the north.

Walk on the moor north along Slagusjön. A lone pine seedling. The tree line creeping up? Passing a cottage. Slants up the slope from the cottage. Easy hiking without major climb to the top.

Flat top. Two cairns mark the highest point. It offers a nice view of the lake district below. Hävlingen in the southwest. Bredasjön in the north with Rogen beyond. An archipelago. The horizon to the west is marked by a rolling mountains.

Walk leisurely back down the slope. The ground lights red of blueberry. A long blueberry break at the cottage.

Back at our small lake, it will be a nice bath. Hot and sunny weather invites. Deep enough to lie down. Rocky bottom. The sun descends behind the sale mountain. Heaven turn into twilight colors.

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