I wake up in the middle of the night, I need to visit the
outdoor toilet. To my surprise is the interior in much better shape than
the exterior. I do what I need. It is a warm night, and I stay for a while
enjoying the peaceful and silent nature, before I return to the bed. Next
time I wake up is it seven and time to start the day. We have breakfast
in the shelter, tidy it up such that it is much more well tidied then when
we arrived. Once again, it is a warm sunny day. Rosebay Willowherb shine
red in the morning sun. We leave on the track that lead us into the birchforest.
At a bog do we get a view into the valley Oajevagge. We are sweating a
lot, and at the lake Ravdojavrre is it already time to fill the water bottles.
We sit down at the lake, drink water, and look over the lake with the low
mountain Oajetjåhkkå on the other side. After the lake do one
walk on bog, on wooden planks are laid out on it to walk on, to the bridge
over Ravdojåhkå. Ravdojåhkå is a rather broad but
gentle brook. Also over the next brook is a bridge, though my map says
that there should not be any.
We walk up a slight uphill slope through the forest, and reach a bog
with a small puddle at the end. In the east can we see Ahkka before we
again enter the forest. Once again is it obvious that the track is not
used very much, at a few places is it almost invisible. The sun shine from
a clear sky, and we look for a place with shadow when we take breaks. It
is downhill to the bridges over two brooks nearby Ahkkajavrre. The water
flow in some sort of small canyons. We meet two wanderers, they disappear
with high speed. I envy their youthful speed. But perhaps they have no
time to enjoy the beuatiful forest. A bird, unknown to me, is sitting on
a branch carefully studying us. It starts to hunt a butterfly, that escape
in the last moment. The last part to the Vaisaluokta cabin continue in
the forest, and is nearby the lake which now and then is seen between the
trees. A few bogs are crossed, and at half past three are we at the cabin.
The cabin host is a talkative and pleasant man, that proudly
show us the shower that is in the nearby brook. What luxury! I turn on
the cold water, there is no warm water, and let the water cool down my
warm body. It is very refreshing. My friend complain that there is nothing
to sit and put clothes on. Next time we pass by the shower is there a stump.
Well done. During the dinner can we not avoid listening to a conversation
between the host and other guests. The host tries to convince them not
to walk to Hellemobotn, they have no money, no food, and not very
good equipment. They will think about it. From the cabin do one have a
view of Ahkkajavrre and the mountain Ahkka. During the evening do clouds
pile up above Ahkka, the colour shift towards red as the sun set.