Visibility III / V
In this way, the south rarely complains about the amount of snow. Or that there is so much of it that even the skis sink much deeper than you would like. This white bulge now severely limited the places where it made sense to go.
Without a bigger masteplan, I would pull the sweaters and a coverall over my neck and put Dj Orion in the background to speed up the observation evening. From the lights of Klaukkala, we headed towards the center of Nurmijärvi, sometimes skimming the sky. The greenery in the north raised individual rays and was forced to turn the bow to an old familiar observation site.
At the observation site, only the edges of the road were off-road terrain. Somewhere farther into the night, the fox had more to do than Karpo.
The cars flashed past and it became apparent that the others were also spending Thursday night with a repo. The rest of the evening went smoothly, talking to the couple who happened to be there and the Bangladeshi brother duo. In the repo forest, you can meet absolutely horrible people!
The best set was seen around 9.20pm, with the green, fast-moving and radial belt rising almost to zenith.
An hour-long frost-free stand brought a new use to the fabric mask, which the extra layer of insulation on the face warmed just right.