The weather that day was a bit changeable. Still quite nice, but from time to time cloudy and already you could feel that the weather was going to change.
Here's an impression of that long and lovely walk:
|This is town square of De Koog, it looks lovely, but these are the only authentic buildings in the entire town. :-)|
|You can see it was a much more cloudy day, though not all the time.|
|Here I enter De Nederlanden and De Muy, which is I think my favorite part of Texel.|
|Here I enter De Slufter, which is an area where the sea has broken through the dunes and floods the land from time to time.|
|This picture was taken from quite far with my zoom camera.|
|I took tons of pictures of these reflections.|
After this rather exhausting walk maybe it was a blessing that next day was a snow day. It gave me time to rest a bit and take it easy. And also...to read. When you walk outdoors all day it's hard to keep your eyes open at night, so even though I would have loved to have read a lot every night, my body just wouldn't let me. So a snow day gave me the opportunity to make up for that.
After reaching the most northern part of the island I would now be moving south along the east side, but that's for next post. Until then I wish you all a wonderful and artsy day.