It’d been a while since I was on here. Due to the Covid19 I’m homeschooling just now, but I try to get out and about as often as I can.
Recently I’ve been working on my new book. It’s a journal based on my recent trip to Egypt where I dived and did some marine life identification and research techniques. It’s an exciting project but has taken a while to put together.
I’ve also been hiking over the hills behind my house and developing my mountain walking skills.
Please stay safe and hopefully I’ll catch up with you all sooner rather later.
Joshua was on Jungfrau at the age of 3 years old. He caught the train from the valley, up through the Eiger and onto the glacier. He then walked on the glacier to the Jungfrau with his parents. The best part of this for Joshua was the hot chocolate in the cafe at the high point of the track railway.
The Jungfrau is one of the main summits of the Bernese Alps, located between the southern canton of Bern and the northern canton of Valais, halfway between Interlaken and Fiesch.
Elevation: 4,158 m
First ascent: August 3, 1811
Mountain range: Alps, Bernese Alps
First ascenders: Joseph Bortis, Hieronymus Meyer, Alois Volken, Johann-Rudolf Meyer