The elation of starting has worn off. The daunting awareness of what lies ahead, creeps into my sight a little more, every single day.
The only way to overcome that nagging self-doubt, is to get up, grab some water, and head on out to the Varg Barn (my garage) and commit to sweating over the next 1 hour or so.
Sometimes, that is enough.
Other times…well, I would rather not think about the other times until they knock on my door.
In the meantime, I will be on my rower, doing what I don’t do best, but doing it anyway.
Here are my photos from Day 11.
This is a slide show of the close-ups I took of the route I travelled on Day 11, 12 pictures in total.
At the end of Day 11, I have travelled the following measures:
Distance: 132,277 meters
Time: 10 hours, 30 minutes, and 49 seconds
Day 11 had me travelling from the small island of Martaholmen, to the small island of Torkildsøy. Essentially a part of Stavern, Norway, Torkildsøy is just across a small waterway from Citadel Island, which still has a gunpowder storage tower and the commandant’s house from back when the area was set up as a naval base.