It is windy, cloudy and it rains lightly, we start at 9 o’clock.
The way goes along the Čáihnajohka down into the Čunovuopmi. Sometimes the sun shines between the clouds and provides for exciting oblique light and beautiful rainbows.
At least, we are rewarded with a double rainbow in front of Storsteinsfjellet.
“The Norwegian bridges should really be banned….”
A silent German hiker arrives after some time soaking wet in our hut. He grumbles, mostly he has headphones in his ear; we talk a few words and Markus remembers later that we already know him from last year, where we met him comparable communicative in Unna Allakas.
In between Markus goes down to the lake to take pictures at dusk.
The first one we spend together with Mirjam and Joris. In the morning we pack, clean the big hut and move to the small one. Mirjam and Joris go to Unna Allakas for lunch and bring beer and chocolate – perfect for a cosy afternoon and evening. In the meantime, we wash our merino laundry and gossip with two hunters who go grouse hunting with a bright black dog.
In the evening there are already some snow grouse hanging at the other hut. At night we are spoiled with northern lights!