After waking up with minimal symptoms I was all good to drive again so started on my way back home. Over night there was a lot of snow that fell and these heavy snowfalls continued throughout the morning making the going quite slow. Here is a photo which pretty well summed up most of the 380km that took the best part of 6.5hrs.
It was all fine until you got stuck behind a truck. Aussies can best relate to it when driving behind a semi on a dirt road except this of course being snow that froze to the windscreen. If you got within any sort of range to try and overtake you couldn’t even see your own bonnet so it was just a case of holding back and crawling along at his pace until he either takes a different road, or you have to stop for a pee. This guy certainly had the setup that was on point for the day.
It’s all good really though because finally Sweden is starting to look as it should for this time of year. Hopefully we will have enough snow for all trails in Falun this week!
I’m glad that the concussion issue has only been minor and will be all set to train properly after a good rest day.