RUGGED ROADTRIPS captures the couple's passion for remote travel destinations and aims to inspire people to explore nature.
The bog is the oldest organic landscape in Estonia, reaching as far as the last ice age. Over the next thousands of years, plants grew and died producing peat. Every year, one layer of partially decomposed organic material is added to the mossy surface of the bog. Bogs can be seen as large sponges that can store huge amounts of water.
If you get the chance to visit bogs during different seasons, you will be astonished by the constant change. Whereas they are blossoming in the spring and summer, they will be completely frozen and covered in ice during winter. Each season has its special character and it is worth visiting them more than once. – L.T.J