#NoBadDays

At Apidura, we believe a positive mindset is just as important as physical fitness. Why train to push the pedals if we’re not prepared to deal with the adversity that sometimes accompanies long-distance cycling? It’s why ‘No Bad Days’ is our unofficial motto. We spoke to our co-founder, Tori, about where #NoBadDays comes from and why it’s more important than ever in these challenging times.

02/04/2020

 

“It’s all a matter of perspective, happiness is a choice.”

Plenty of things can go wrong on a ride and we have to learn how to deal with them. A puncture, a broken gear cable or taking a wrong turn. We might get ill, or miss a resupply point. In the moment, they can give us a reason to be frustrated, to want to sit down and give up. But then how do we get back home? Or make it to the next checkpoint? We make a choice.

#NoBadDays is a reminder not to let these challenges define us or ruin experiences. Tori explains “#NoBadDays came from my ride in Africa. It was, at the time, a bit of a joke that developed after riding with stomach issues for a full month. But it stuck as a mindset. I like the idea that it’s all a matter of perspective; happiness is a choice.”

There will be times when we simply need to accept that some things are beyond our control. A race might be cancelled, or a whole season might be lost to a situation bigger than we are. Faced with such challenges, we make a choice. We figure out how to work with what we’ve got, to adapt to the reality we find ourselves in.

Right now, people around the world are facing unprecedented challenges and a new reality that tests our resolve on every level. But we can make the best of it if we choose to. We can choose #NoBadDays.

From camping out in your backyard, to rediscovering the roads close to home. No adventure is too small, and right now every experience counts more than ever. Whether that’s churning out miles on the trainer or taking a bivvy and a camping stove to the bottom of your garden.

If you can’t ride, you can learn to repair your bikepacking kit, plan the perfect tour for when this is all over or finally catalogue and edit all the photos from your past trips. It’s a time for changing mindsets, learning new skills and embracing new challenges.

Over the coming weeks, we’ll be sharing how the bikepacking community is embracing #NoBadDays – whether on the bike or off. To get involved, tag #NoBadDays and @Apidura on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter and we’ll collect your posts and pictures below as inspiration for how we can all make the most of this challenging time.

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Two different days spent in the garden with very different children. Ruth and Rhoda, our #littlebigshots went for a bikepacking adventure, which featured a @nationaltrust style tearoom stop, camp fire and bivvy bags; a day of imaginative play and real riding. Thomas Ivor, on the other hand, went for pure performance. On the bike at 0400 to ride an incredible 400km on @gozwift with @mrmarkbeaumont @stevebatembe and @teamdolly raising a huge sum for charity as part of @worldin1day. Both events involved plenty of #homebaking from @mummybycycle ! 🚲 We’re all looking forward to the day we can do both kinds of trip, beyond the walls of the garden – but for now, make the most of what you have! Thank you to all our friends, across the miles, who have joined in and supported from afar. ————————— #GetOutside #adventureathome #scones #kidsbike #apidura #hupcc #familycycling #bikepacking #ultraendurancecycling #immersiveplay #ukcycling #kidswhoridebikes #turbotrainer #gardenlife #kidsofinstagram #asseenontv #ultracycling @maggiebarryfashion #thomasivorjones #afternoontea #childrenwithautism #ruthandrhoda #pretendplay #toughkids #familycycling #familybikepacking #familybycycle #audaxuk

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Bikes and a pile of logs somehow always go well together! One day I’d like to build a log cabin by the river or by the sea. And I think I’m going to need a lot more logs than this. This was taken somewhere along the river on the way to Andong in South Korea, and I was still on a quest in search of a washing machine 😅 Right now I’m taking the opportunity to appreciate the world around us and what it’s going to take for everything to heal 🌍💕 . . . #bikewander #cyclingexplorers #cycletour #baaw #cycletouring #biketour #biketouring #koreabyme #koreatravel #cyclingtrip #cyclingtravel #wymtm #ritcheybreakaway #roadslikethese #titaniumbike #irideenve #ridewithaview #goneriding #cyclingphotos #bikepacking #cyclinglife #travelbybike #worldbybike #nobaddays

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The motivation to explore and ride may feel a bit less strong these days, but it’s more important now than ever to keep pushing forward, to keep challenging ourselves. (**As long as it can be done safely**This is key**) I decided last week to try and challenge myself and do something different over the weekend. How about riding from sunrise to sunset? I’ve done it before but have never done it solo, never this long, and never without stopping at a cafe or restaurant mid-ride. It was important for me that if I was to do this ride, I follow certain steps and plan it out. -The most obvious is social distancing. This means I planned the route to be on the busier sections early enough or late enough in the day so that there would be as few people as possible around. This was a success. I came across very few people, and even when I did meet someone, we were able to maintain 2m distance.👍 Speaking of the route, it couldn’t be too far from my house and always within cell range. No backcountry exploring. Not now. -My effort to respect social distancing also meant I couldn’t stop to refuel anywhere other than my home. I was a bit worried about not having enough fluids, but was able to carry 7 bottles at a time thanks to my stash bib and @wolf_tooth_comp B-rad 4 system. *Side note, this thing is so cool.* I did have to modify the vertical bottle cage and attach one end with a tyewrap, but was pretty excited to get 5 bottles on my bike. I only stopped at home once to refill my bottles and grab more food. Aside from that, everything was on the bike. Totals: – 300.4 km – 2461 m elevation gain – 13 hr 22 min on the bike – 3 Chamois Butt’r applications @chamoisbuttr This was a great challenge for me, and I really learned a lot. I’m not sure what my next adventure will look like but am looking forward to it. Adventure looks different for everyone but I hope no matter where you are, you’re able to find some adventure in your life. We really need it right now. (**Again, as long as it can be done safely.**) Stay safe folks, Curtis @wildernesstrailbikes @konabikes @konacanada @apidura @oneupcomponents

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Afternoon ride to White Rock. 📸@ewaholender #getoutside #nobaddays #vancouverisawesome

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Social distancing done reet…

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Another local ride around #bekind #bemoremike #fromwhereiride #outsideisfree #roadslikethese #nobaddays

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Had a huge party

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Estaba volando, casi levitando sobre el pavimento, que desaparece entre la densa niebla que trae el Danubio. Eurovelo 6 sonaba fácil. “La mejor infraestructura para pedalear”, decían. Y así fue, los primeros 20 kms. Una vez adentrado en el lado eslovaco, desapareció el pavimento, y con él cualquier sensación de sequedad y limpieza que todavía pudiera tener. El barro se acumula muy rápido sobre todas las superficies posibles, y no nos damos cuenta hasta que paramos. Pero esta vez, al parar y mirar hacia abajo, había otro problema… pinchazo! Poco a poco se fueron dando las condiciones para una tormenta perfecta. Se acababa la luz, bajaba el frío y llegaba la lluvia, y yo ahí… mirando ese camino infinito, en medio de la nada. “Chao”… dije. “Pongo carpa”. Asombrosamente, nunca perdí la tranquilidad, como si ya supiera esto de memoria. Sí, con el tiempo aprendes a poner carpa bajo la lluvia, a secarla y a secarte! Una vez adentro, nada es como las típicas fotos de revista, no hay una sola gota de glamour (ver la última foto). El cuerpo, todavía caliente, evapora la transpiración en forma de vapor, que se condensa en la carpa. El barro en los bolsos se transfiere al piso, la ropa y comida. Pero aún así, nunca perdí la tranquilidad… Después de una hora, figuraba seco, “limpio”, preparando mi comida. Como siempre! Pero nunca es como siempre. Ésta vez, a pesar de todo, disfruté, y a primera hora, mi cámara parchada rodaba por el camino rumbo a Budapest. . . #bikepackinglife #biketravel #outsideisfree #overlander #nomadlife #survivalinstinct #survivalbike #wildcamper #lifeontheroad #gravelgrinder #goatworthy #passionpassport #bikewander #biketravel #fromwhereiride #roadslikethese #nomadstories #wanderlust #aroundtheworld #awesomeearth #theoutbound #getoutstayout #worldbybike #worldbycycling #biketour @biketouring @biketouringforever @bike._.travel @vistasdeciclistas @cicloviajantes @two_wheeled_camp @worldbycycling @travelers_club_ir @worldbybike34 @bikewander #nobaddays

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At least my socks and shoes are staying white…

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Things I Learned on Solo Adventures That Help With a Lockdown, Number 3: Self care.⁣ Looking after yourself has to be the priority, especially in solitude. I know it sounds selfish and goes against a lot of our values, but you can’t take care of anything unless you’ve first taken care of yourself. Everything that’s hard becomes infinitely harder when I’m not in a good place. 💙⁣ I’m finding the lack of motivation in lockdown is taking a lot of discipline, but I know from experience in endurance challenges that if I need to make my health – body and mind – a priority 🙏 I took this photo on my last day of fastpacking the Southern Alps 🇳🇿- an incredibly hard challenge that really pushed me in every way. Although I was only hours from the finish, after 23 days of trying to get there, I had to stop and enjoy this cloud inversion 🏔. I pushed myself too hard on that challenge, not taking enough moments like these, and it really took its toll on me by the end. Self care: lesson learned.⁣ ⁣ #stayhome #youvegotthis⁣

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Things I Learned on Solo Adventures That Help With a Lockdown, Number 1:⁣ Have a plan.⁣ The hours and days are long on a solo endurance challenge. The task ahead can feel impossible and endless. It’s overwhelming, if I let it be. Enter negativity, fear, discomfort, boredom. It’s part of expedition, but it’s something I need to proactively mitigate against.⁣ The best thing I’ve learned is to be proactive. Experience means I know these challenging times will come, regardless of whether they should, so I always go into a big adventure with a plan for them. I have my phone loaded with podcasts and playlists to distract me, and mantras jotted down somewhere that will help. I break the expedition down into manageable sized chunks, so instead of looking ahead at weeks of doing this, I focus on getting through the next segment, or even just the day. Sometimes the just the next hour. Coping techniques like mindfulness, gratitude, and positivity work when my mind turns negative, and I will tell myself to stop what I’m doing and then give my attention to that until I feel better. ⁣ Tested in the mountains; applied to covid.⁣ #stayhome #youvegotthis

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Right now, the situation across the world favours the introvert. Those of us who are comfortable in our own isolation, away from other people, from the hubbub of society. And it’s strange that this should now seem to be a desirable skill when so much of the time we feel less capable as humans if we’re not happy in big groups or shy away from meeting new people. But hopefully what this allows is for those of us who are constantly in the throng of things some space and time to explore the beauty of alone. And to realise that alone does not have to mean lonely. . #GOREWear #AlwaysEvolve #exposurelights #ownthenight #TORQFuelled #squirtcyclingproducts_uk #RideDrivenDesign #MasonCycles

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Sanity cycle. Grateful. . #ridesolo #soloride #isolationistmissions #nobaddays

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Things I Learned on Solo Adventures That Help With a Lockdown, Number 9: In a stressful situation, remind yourself this will one day be just a story you tell people.⁣ ⁣ I took this photo just after CP1 on the @silkroadmountainrace . It was an important picnic stop for me, because it was the exact location I camped two years earlier when I was halfway through (~500km) my solo run across Kyrgyzstan.⁣ ⁣ That night on the run, I was overwhelmed and overjoyed in equal measures to be only halfway. It had taken me 12 of the hardest days in the mountains I’d ever experienced to get there, and the loneliness was already driving me crazy, and I was scared I didn’t have another 12 days in me.⁣ ⁣ When I passed that patch of grass two years later on the SRMR, I smiled and laughed at my old self, remembering how she whimpered and got scared, but in fact the second half of the run got stronger every day and she managed to get to the finish and felt incredibly proud of herself. The mountains looked so much smaller the second time around. Funny that.⁣ ⁣ Up until that point on the race, I had been scared again and totally overwhelmed at the scale of the challenge, but when I saw that patch of grass I remembered one thing: no matter what happens, in a couple weeks I’ll be back at home, hanging out with my friends and telling them all about my race – no matter the outcome. I will definitely get home, and these will all just be stories one day. That calmed me down a lot.⁣ ⁣ #stayhome #youvegotthis #srmrno1 #runkyrgyzstan #thesolo6

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Things I Learned on Solo Adventures That Help With a Lockdown, Number 8: Keep grafting.⁣ ⁣ AKA Never Give Up. AKA Just Keep Swimming. Sometimes that’s just all you gotta do. Sometimes that’s all you can do.⁣ ⁣ Solo endurance challenges are certainly prone to long hours that are best described as ‘slogging’. Hours when it feels like true graft to keep going. But that graft is what keeps YOU going. It gives you a purpose and a focus. It’s why you got up this morning. It’s how you’re going to go to bed again tonight feeling satisfied. Without that graft mentality, you’re just sitting on a rock waiting for change (I have definitely done that, and in the backcountry it’s very ineffective).⁣ ⁣ Keep swimming. You’ve got this!⁣ ⁣ 📸 hauling my bike in Nepal 🇳🇵in some unforeseen and very unfortunate conditions. I did prefer sitting on a rock, but moving, even this slowly, was the better call.⁣ ⁣ #stayhome #youvegotthis @shandcycles @apidura @komoot @spot_llc @montaneofficial

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St Nicholas’ Lutheran Chapel in Saha Saha Chapel used to be one of the oldest ecclesiastical centres built on the site of an ancient sacred place of Estonians. According to a folk story it is even 50 years older than the City of Tallinn and it was established by bishop Fulco. The exact time of establishment of the chapel is not known, but the original wooden church was burnt down during an uprising in 1223. The present-day chapel was probably built at the same time as the Pirita Convent, i.e. in the second quarter of the 15th century. Interesting to know: – Saha Chapel is like a minor version of Pirita Convent. The latter – the largest and the most gorgeous convent in Old Livonia lies mainly in ruins. – @visitestonia @bergamontbicycles @apidura @hawaii_express – #cycling #bike #cyclinglife #cyclist #bicycle #cyclingphotos #mtb #roadcycling #bikelife #ciclismo #roadbike #cyclingshots #training #nature #outsideisfree #ride #fromwhereiride #keepthepassion #nobaddays #visitestonia

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Night 2. When things do not go to plan and you have to deal with the adversity that sometime accompanies you on the road you have to improvise #NoBadDays Last night I couldn’t find my @msr_gear IsoPro gas canister so I made a fire using wood, dried twigs and a sheet of kitchen roll to brew a cup of jo in my garden! ♻️ . #backyardadventures . – Setup @alpkit MytiPot 900 Titanium @alpkit Titanium TiFoon @leathermantools Wave @yorkshiretea Tea Bag . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #lifebehindbars#outsideisfree#goneexploring#wahooligan#rouleur#gravelcycling#graveking#exploration#gravelgrinder#touring#sramaxs#mullet#ROAM#panaracer#bombtrack#dropbarsnotbombs#NoBadDays#komoot#fulledbynature#InMyELEMNT#bikepackin#madebybike#EXPLO#shiftcycleculture#cyclingphotography#kickr#tickr#alpkit#wearerab.

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A good nights sleep in my tent last night, realized I wasnt made for this urban jungle and now, more then ever, my love and appreciation for the great outdoors has grown tenfold. I can’t wait until we all get to return to it globally.♻️ – Not heading to Slovenia 🇸🇮sucks but turning this into a positive – I thought why not bring Slovenia to me.. So I’ll be camping outside (in my garden) over the next 5 nights simulating my sleeping setup and respecting things as they are by staying home. It’s also been mega seeing people’s posts across social media getting involved in #greatgardencampout . – Setup @rab.equipment Mythic600 Ultra Lightweight Sleeping Bag @msr_gear Elixir 3 Tent @seatosummitgear Ultra Lightweight Insulated Mat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #lifebehindbars#outsideisfree#goneexploring#wahooligan#rouleur#gravelcycling#graveking#exploration#gravelgrinder#touring#sramaxs#mullet#ROAM#panaracer#bombtrack#dropbarsnotbombs#NoBadDays#komoot#fulledbynature#InMyELEMNT#bikepackin#madebybike#EXPLO#shiftcycleculture#cyclingphotography#kickr#tickr#seatosummit #wearerab

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SWIPE 👉👉 #dream 🇪🇨/🇬🇧 arrived at night to a llitle village with 20 houses and a church reaching 1500m of altitude. . Quite place and bit chilly night, I had a quickie shower with half litre, enough to remove salt from you body and get clean into the bag. Isolated i started to living a dream. . I woke up with the sunrise. . . #sueña . Llegado en la noche a un pueblito de unas 20 casas y una iglesia, alcanzando los 1500m de altitud. . Lugar muy tranquilo con una noche bastante fresca, me dí una ducha rápida con medio litro de agua, suficiente para sacar la sal y meterte dentro del saco limpiesito. Aislado comenzé a vivir un sueño. . Me desperté con un hermoso amanecer. . . #nobaddays

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Locally lost.

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To be fair, I’ve been practising social distancing since way before it was cool… 🏔️⁣ It’s scary times out there, and there is a lot of fear, anxiety, and grief going around our communities. The best thing we can remember to do right now is to do right by each other. Follow the guidelines as they’re provided, attend/avoid what you need to, and, above all, be kind to each other.⁣ The people you interact with also have their own shit. Their own reasons to be scared. If there’s one thing this global spread should prove to the human race it’s that, ultimately, we’re all going through it together.🌍⁣ Of course, the trails will still welcome you if you need a space for self care, and I always recommend outdoor therapy time. ⁣ Anywho. I hope you’re all as well as ever and continue to be. Sending lots of love to you and your communities while we all get through this 💕⁣ 📸 Wet and windy tent views in the Highlands this weekend. A great place to be right now! 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿⛺ #trailshoeselfie

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Looking forward to views like this again, not quite the same being on Zwift! Currently fluctuating between being extremely grateful for our health, being with my family and having a home and food at this time, to feeling very selfish for wishing all my adventures and trips were not cancelled. Keeping my fingers crossed for our summer Alps trip. . . #imissmybikes #lockdown #viewslikethese #lacderoseland #france #frenchalps #cantcopythealps #lake #mountains #fromwhereiride #view #wishiwasthere #throwbackthursday #tbt #fingerscrossed #cycling #cyclist #adventuresbybike #alwaysriding #adventurebike #mykinesis #bikepacking #takemeback #homeiswheretheheartis #butiwannaseetheworld #instacycling #ilovemybike #cyclingphotos #keepclimbing #stayhome

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Joy machine! . . . #ThisIsBokeh #masoncycles #Adventuresport #FastFar #apidura #apidurabags

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Even in a storm there is always light. #monochromephotography #pnw #nobaddays

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Things I Learned on Solo Adventures That Help With a Lockdown, Number 7: Stay Connected 🌎⁣ ⁣ Humans are social creatures, even those of us who fall at the far end of the introverted scale. When I’ve been totally isolated in the backcountry on long, solo challenges, I often forget – or become too lazy – to stay in touch with the people I love back at home. But, when I get a message through or even stay in signal long enough for a phone call, I get a noticeable boost from the exchange.⭐️⁣ ⁣ Lockdown measures have equalled a total loss of passive social contact. Events cancelled, public places closed, visiting quiet and awkward supermarkets, even the shared national experience of watching sports or live events on TV is gone. It now falls to us to make the extra effort to connect to keep the human tribe connected. When I’m far away from home on a solo adventure, it takes the same level of conscious effort, and I can easily ignore it… But I know I’ll pay for it later if I slip too far into my isolated world. And, in addition to my own health, there are people in my life that apparently would also quite like to hear from me, and it’s important to reach out to them.💕⁣ ⁣ This far into it, I know we’re all starting to ride different waves of lockdown, between desperately seeking engagement or determinedly isolating in your sweatpants (if any pants?). It’s now that I’m looking back on feeling this way alone in the mountains, and reminding myself to make the conscious effort to stay connected – and this feed counts, too. The comments and messages I’ve received here since starting this ‘things I learned’ series has really helped me with keeping a feeling of connection, so THANK YOU 🙏⁣ ⁣ 📸 @jayfrench @montaneofficial from my solo fastpacking journey across the Southern Alps 🇳🇿⁣ ⁣ #stayhome #youvegotthis⁣

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Things I Learned on Solo Adventures That Help With a Lockdown, Number 4: Motivation ⭐️⁣ ⁣ If I’m being honest, my lockdown motivation is wavering. Without knowing whether I’m really training for an expedition this summer or (likely) not, mixed with a lower than usual level of social contact, and a heavily reduced amount of paid work, I’m noticing myself slow down, and even lose interest. So I tried thinking back to how I’ve managed to motivate myself for days of quite serious isolation on past adventures – times when I’ve been plodding on an endless route with far too many hours in far too many days with no relief or reward – and I think it’s really believing in my goals 🏔⁣ ⁣ When I start a challenge, I have a finish line in mind and I know before I start that I really care about that, and won’t be happy unless I meet it. I usually don’t know how long it will take me, and it often feels like it takes me way too long to get there, and I’ll get frustrated, bored, exhausted, despondent… But I’ll find that note that I physically wrote down before I started to remind me what the finish line was, and that will always snap me back 🤘⁣ ⁣ Our finish line right now is so important to all of us. It’s hard to feel like we’re personally making any progress when we’re just locked up inside* with no daily excitement greater than our one daily exercise (in the UK), followed by the turning of the hour it’s acceptable to switch from coffee to wine. It’s really hard to feel motivated to keep doing this longer. But if we keep the goal in mind, and regularly remind ourselves what it is and what it means to each of us personally, we can dig down to find that motivation. We can keep going 💕⁣ ⁣ I really hope you’re all doing well and have enough coffee and wine to stay in this! ☕️🍷❤️⁣ ⁣ *Essential/frontline workers obviously exempt… Standing-O to all of you heroes 💙⁣ ⁣ 📸 @saltlake_lian @atlasmountainrace ⁣ ⁣ #stayhome #youvegotthis

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[#Homebivouac🏕️] Quand, confinement oblige, tu tentes de convoquer l’esprit de la bourlingue dans le salon. Hier, la maison est devenue notre terre d’exploration. On a dressé la tente au milieu de l’appart’ pour voir si on pouvait répondre à l’appel de la route sans bouger. Et la magie a opéré. On a fait griller des chamallows pour de faux et on a laissé Axel s’assoupir dans la douceur des duvets. Pour la première fois, il a campé pour de vrai avec le décor familier de la maison pour horizon. Tout est une aventure si tu sais observer le monde avec des yeux d’enfant ! ❓Et vous, comment étanchez-vous votre soif d’aventure durant le confinement ? 👉Merci à @colybride et @remquinquin de nous avoir soufflé cette idée lumineuse. 👏Bravo à tous les participant du @the_grand_quarantined_bivouac qui, comme des mômes, ont pris plaisir à jouer à faire semblant. 📌Pour continuer à voyager sans bouger, retrouvez mon livre Sur le pas de ma porte en version Kindle sur Amazon!

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