D-34, May 25, Lwuwek Slaski to Olszyna

Gray skies accompanied us all day. We walked 28 km (17.5 mi) just a few km less than our goal of Luban would have been. We changed destination midcourse (from Luban to Olszyna) based on Eddie wanting to show me the Bożkowice area only about 6 km from Olszyna: beautiful lake, castle/hotel, etc.

The pics show the typical trails we encountered. Personally, I didn’t like the deep ruts previously made by tractors while the ground was very muddy that had since hardened to the point of easily twisting your ankle. Out of caution, my pace slowed dramatically over such terrain. I’ve also included one of a field that when the grain matures might make the trail disappear!

We also noticed how one church steeple was newly surfaced with copper. Its “cousin” down the road still awaits a new copper facing.

1 Comment

  1. Joyce Summers — 05-28-2016 at 5:11 am

    Glad you are being careful walking in the ruts. I don’t like them either. The copper-clad steeple is lovely.