So, we left Aeschi bei Spiez pretty early (late according to Joyce xD). We leeched some Wi-Fi before we went, alarming the family that we were safe and sound. O wait, I didn't even tell my family that we drove ourselves insane and to Switzerland, I just send them a picture of where I was and they are like: Where the fuck are you now? Just kidding, my mom doesn't have a foul tongue like me. But she wasn't really surprised that I took off again. Damn, what do I have to do these days to keep my parents shocked? I might be 30 years old, but I am still the same kid that loves to tease his mother. The look on her face is just priceless and I love her to bits for that.
As the adventure continued, we saw many, many amazing places we don't usually see here in the flat-life back in Holland. Landscapes in Holland are flatter than my chest, and really, there isn't much curvy going on there the last time I checked... Joyce and I talked about wild-camping, the thought alone was satisfying, but it is forbidden in most places in Switzerland. Unless you wanna pay a huge fine, this should be something to avoid. We wondered who fucked it up for all of us. What imbecile did what to make a fine for wild-camping about 10.000 Euro? Okeeee... dear reader, you can fantasize about it now as well. Don't drift away though, but I kinda would love to know what creative stuff you can come up with. My brain is too ill to express myself.
During our mission to find the lake that was under us I was repeating myself over and over again. Wow, omg, shit, look at this... and then, while driving, I saw a pretty wild river floating right next to us. Hitting the breaks, like Chuck Norris would hit a bear, we found a spot where we could cross the street to make some shots and also, Joyce could finally dip her feet in the cold water. Since I was driving, wearing socks in shoes, I didn't, the smell would perhaps kill wild-life instantly. Would you dip your toes in it? I kinda envied her for that!
Want to know how I made a shot? I'll be explaining some technical shots from our trip during a DLive stream, so you can learn more about photography and maybe this will lead to improving your own. During the stream you can ask me other photography related questions that I hopefully can answer for you.
Hopefully, you enjoyed this rather short story about our small adventure! See you at the next one.