A Trip to Denmark in June

The northwestern tip of Denmark is often referred to as "Cold Hawaii". The spots do not always live up to the high expectations people have - but this time it all came together. The sun was out every single day. We had wind and waves. It was just magic!
But I did not just drive up there without taking a look to the left or the right, like I did on my way back. On my way up north, I had several great days on the water in very different conditions. The one thing these sessions have had in common is that the sun was always out.
The first session of the trip was in very light conditions but it was unbelievably flat. It made cruising around so easy.
The first day in Denmark ended with a short session at Blavand. Nothing radical but great freestyle-wave conditions. 
On the second day, I went to Hvide Sande as the forecast was for some northerly winds which produced rather clean condtions, especially in the evening when the wind turned NE. I met Steffi Wahl who took two photos of me: 
At the end of the day, I drove up north towards Klitmöller. The next day was not very windy but provided some small, messy waves that got ridden by middle-aged SUPers. But already on the next day, the wind was back in the evening. This turned out to mark the beginning of a couple of windy days. The Midsummer-sun allowed for very late sessions. Here are some impressions: 
Where is life taking me next? 

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Anonymous said…
let's say - down the road ;-)

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