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Picking rosehips.

Picking rosehips.

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Nanos is a beautiful highland, that greets us everytime we’re driving home and waves goodbye when we’re leaving Vipava Valley on our way back to Ljubljana. It’s a popular spot for hiking, climbing, for picnics – and of course, it’s a great place for our hyper vizsla to run around. We left our hometown earlier today and spent few hours on the top, enjoying in the sun …

Tails and horns.

Tails and horns.

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A quick update on how we’re spending this autumn so far. Well, Mendi is growing up fast and Oto is still as playful as ever, they’re such a funny pair of tails. We’re trying to spend our days outside as much as we can, before all the leaves will fall off and it will get colder – though heaps of leaves can be a lot of fun too. Today we spent the afternoon visiting our neighbours goats …

Relax.

Relax.

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Taking your dog out for a walk everyday, rain or sunshine, sure requires some effort and commitment. But with time you figure it out. It’s not all black and white – it’s actualy easier than it seems. Most importantly, it’s a game changer! Now, I can’t live without all the afternoon walks, morning runs, weekend hikes etc. I need it in my daily routine …

Fun above the treetops.

Fun above the treetops.

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Climbing trees and riding zip-lines sounds like a great way to have fun with your friends and family – and it is. We decided to visit Adventure park Geoss and I can easily recommend it to anyone, our experience was great. It was actually a belated b-day gift for our little cousin and I can tell this was her favourite present so far. However this place is not for kids only …

Refreshing adventure.

Refreshing adventure.

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A Sunday well spent brings a week of content right? We decided to escape the hot weather and so headed north, in hopes of finding lower temperatures in the Soca Valley. Our first stop was at Napoleon bridge, from where a pleasant path leads you through forest to one picturesque waterfall. The trail si quite popular and can therefore be crowded …

The view over the Valley.

The view over the Valley.

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Vipava Valley is our home and comming back is always a joy, even if it’s only for the weekend. We love our green Valley, its rivers and woods, paths and hiking trails, its little towns and villages. And even more so, our families and friends living in here. However, because we feel local, we too often forget to explore around this charming countryside …