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The wife and I decided to do some camping and riding in the Ardennes for the weekend. A perfect opportunity as well to visit some fellow travellers who recently started running a camp site on the Semois river.

'T was a tad chilly during the nights, but nothing works as well against work-related stress as spending a few days on the bike and in the tent, cooking on our little multi-fuel stove.

A few impressions below.

 

En route on the Condroz plateau:

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small coffee break in the Lesse valley

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Decent gear gets you through these nights in comfort:

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The section of the river at the camp site houses beavers, plenty of trout and a few raccoons.

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