We walked up a rocky slope, through Mountain Birch forest to join the trail
We walked for about 1km and then took a short break to talk about this new section of Rådjebalges/Gränsleden
In the middle of the afternoon we stopped to make coffee and eat some food.
Per-Erik explained that Sami people remove their boots whenever they stop to allow both the feet and boots to breath and dry, reducing the risk of blisters.
We located two old burial sites but I decided not to photograph them. We also found sites where would have been staying and milking the Reindeer. Here is one
The pale area of ground on the left of the picture is where the kåta would have been situated and on a flat area of lush green grass in the top right corner of the picture they would have milked the Reindeer. It was over looking this area that we decided to set up the laavu and make camp
The laavu was soon up and water gathered from a nearby spring
Within a hearth made of stones a fire was made and we made coffee and cooked food
and here is the view from the laavu as I prepared to sleep