Dalen Bed And Breakfast
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... to destroy the plant. There were several attempts (not successful and successful ones) that finally led to that the Nazi- German abandoned the site and moved it to Germany.
Our onward journey brought us to Møsvatn. Here we stopped for a lunch. It is the perfect place to see the beauty of Norway.
Along the road (37 and 38) we passed stunning valleys and rivers and forests. Wild and pristine nature. You could not ...
... with a view of the lake in the background. Think Ouray, only with a massive lake in the valley! Gorgeous. Seljord is in Telemark county, as is Bo, where we live. Telemark is known for camping in the summer, and there are many places to choose from! We're so happy that we brought our tent and camping gear...can't wait for summer camping in Norway! Someone pinch ...
... weren't disappointed. It really is like stepping back into another era, and has a grace and grandeur that none of today's hotels will ever have. I was also a little fascinated with their courtesy bus which is a modern reproduction of a T-model Ford bus, but with all mod cons right down to cast alloy reproduction wooden spoked wheels. Quite clever.
We also drove around Dalen and had a quick look at a few buildings there designed by b-i-l Kristian, including the ...
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Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson is all I can say for today because I read it the entire day.
I had woken up, ate and packed up like usual and was in the fishing shelter loading up the bike when it started to rain. So, I decided to wait out the rain and read a little bit, but it never stopped so I never did.
Just as I was finishing the book and the iPad was down to 2%25 battery, a pair of (East) Germans came and camped alongside ...