Ryds Grottor

I was supposed to blog this a month or more ago, but I’ve been very distracted… but now I am motivated as this will prelude another blog post :)

About 1½ months ago I accompanied two of my (crazy?) friends, which you might recognize by now, to check out a pretty local cave system, which apparently had no real caves. It was created in a land slide ages ago. I had no idea what we were getting ourselves into, but I figured I would exaggerate so I put on knee and elbow protection, gloves and brought a skating helmet! Though, as I would discover, it was actually the right thing to do!

I had imagined we would have a quiet walk around the area looking at rock formations, but the terrain was a bit rougher than that! I will leave you with a number of pictures with explanatory titles :) I have to say I did enjoy the climbing, not so much the cave exploring, but I might get used to that eventually. The camera I used was my always-in-my-pocket camera, a Casio, I can reveal that it doesn’t feel so well after this adventure… sadly I have lent my weather and bump proof hiking camera to the very people I was adventuring with, but they had not brought it this time :x

About Andreas Aronsson

Professional app- & web-developer. Spare time multimedia experimenter, VR-enthusiast, motorcyclist. In Sweden.
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2 Responses to Ryds Grottor

  1. mig says:

    I must say Andreas, you lead such an awesome life. What wonderful things you find to do with your friends!

  2. I have to give most (all) of the credit to the crazy pair I accompanied :P They do these kinds of things much more often than me, and most often (always?) it’s not my idea but I get invited. This was a small departure from my still IT life into the life of the adventure-o-holics ;) It is fun, thrilling and exhausting, but I motivate myself by taking pictures. I have noticed that strapping a camera to myself can push me to do all kinds of foolishness, though luckily I am old enough to know that my body is not indestructible (anymore), hehe.

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