Category Archives: Mongolia 2012

Baaska’s Song

Thank-you my little Flip Share camera that you allow me to travel far back to the light and sunny Mongolian steppe, while winter darkness is approaching Stockholm. One of my best memories of the Mongolian trip was Baaska’s song. One … Continue reading

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From Mongolia with love

Just finished reading the book In the Empire of Genghis Khan – An Amazing Odyssey Through the Lands of the Most Feared Conquerers in History by Stanley Stewart. Stewart followed the footsteps of Friar William, who in the year 1253 … Continue reading

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A soft bed and a hot shower

My last day at Stepperiders! These two weeks passed far too quick, can hardly believe that it is already time to say good-bye. I am not really ready for leaving, I would love to stay longer, but my flight back … Continue reading

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I can see the grass grow

Rain two days ago, rain again all day today! At 7 am the sky was clear and it looked as if the day would turn out ok, but then thunder and lightning arrived and since several hours we are experiencing … Continue reading

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Evening ride with Puujee

What a luck we had this evening! Puujee, the horseman, took Jo and me on an evening ride! Puujee is probably the coolest person I have ever met. He is fantastic with horses and can handle whatever horse, is a … Continue reading

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Volunteering at Stepperiders in Mongolia

Who would have thought that I would end up volunteering and riding in Mongolia this year? Probably no one, including myself! But sometimes one little thing adds to another, and what had been just a dream becomes true! Lucky me … Continue reading

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A house in no time

The white round tents (gers) dotting the vast Mongolian landscape make perfect houses and are excellent landmarks at dark. The gers can be put up and dismantled in no time, come in different sizes, and contain everything that is needed … Continue reading

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