This is the case when getting to the set destination is less satisfying than the path to it. Frankly, with 100 wonders, we wanted to give ourselves a reason for the holidays, when you would like to better stay in bad, get your ass up, and go to the woods. Thanks to Elizabeth, who believed, supported, photographed and made corrections to my stories. After two years of walking, I can safely say that not only my opinion about the nature of Latvia has changed, but also has changed relationship between me and nature.
Thinking of the 100th-day story, there was no doubt that it would be about Baltic Sea, which is a vivid example of human-nature relations, unfortunately, not always from its best side. About one in four of our stories so far has been connected with the sea, and in the context of Latvia it is difficult to overestimate the historical, climatic and economic importance of the Baltic Sea. This picture of the story will allow to trace the coastline sequentially from Pusēnu hill near the Lithuania, till Randu meadows near Ainaži.