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Before storm - Csákvár

Fortune favors the brave!
I am not afraid of a little crappy storm, because when I walk in the Csákvár mountains, I always find some cave where I can hide. Now I didn’t have to flee anywhere because the clouds were only slowly gathering and I could safely take the red berries of cornel.
I also climbed out of the valley on some rock outcrops to see the sky and the landscape.
As I climbed, I could already feel a few raindrops on my face.

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Upstairs, I could look around the cliff in all directions. The wind was blowing, it was raining a bit too, but I didn’t know where it was coming from because I couldn’t see a darker cloud above.

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Then the first storm clouds appeared. Fortunately, still far to the northeast.

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In the south, the sun was still shining uninterrupted.

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To the north I could already see the thunderstorm.

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It was still bright sunshine in the south.

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I was not in a hurry, I also had some time for butterflies. I knew, I felt that everything was fine, I was safe.

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Other hikers panicked to escape the storm. They probably weren’t even real hikers, just casual tourists who arrived by car.
I don't want to degrade them, because I've been like that for a few years. But I learned to breathe with nature and the primordial elements. So I won two more wonderful hours, thus didn’t travel in vain.

I don’t want to promote pre-storm hiking with this post. It is especially dangerous in high mountains, because the temperature can fall in a moment and the visibility can drop to meters. Luckily there are no high mountains here, just rocky hills, but it’s still worth going carefully.
However, since I know the terrain very well, I know what’s in this area, which isn’t too big. I am happy to show anyone for free this wonderful natural environment here who devotes at least 3 hours to it.


“The source of love is love itself.” (Grigori Grabovoi)

With lots of love from Kalemandra

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