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... but almost in a trance....and I looked again, and the truck was looming large, and there was no slowing....and I looked again, and we were almost right on it - I could read the 375/70 R 22 size on the bloody tyres!.....and finally I shouted FERCHRISAKES!!! or something like that, and Olaf suddenly snapped out of it and applied the brakes...... Holy smoke! Talk about close! But old Olaf seemed totally ...
Having had a lateish night, like 2am, which is late for me, being an old dude, we were a bit slow out of the blocks this morning, and wandered down to breakfast at Chateau Amlie at about 09.30, and enjoyed breakfast with Kari, Haakon and Kari's sister Vibekka, who had stayed over last night.
Kari and Haakon are off on their own little trip today as they give their new car a bit of a try-out. Tomorrow we will ...
... those huge EU handouts. Whilst on the subject of roads, I have to mention tolls. We expected to pay them in and around Oslo and other large cities, but have been surprised to be driving down a totally unprepossessing, even poor quality, road to see a sign indicating an automatic road toll in 2km. Nigel’s theory is that they collect the money first then repair the road!
As we drove ...
... in Europe. After catching up,
she gave me a guided tour of her city. Uppsala, which is about an
hour north of Stockholm, is a really pretty place. It is home to
northern Europe's largest church (the "Domkryka"), an
incredibly impressive example of Gothic architecture that has to be
seen to be appreciated.
During my stay, Jenni and I took a day
trip to the Swedish capitol of Stockholm. While there, ...
... our day trip
to Oslo was a lot of fun, and hopefully we will make a few more trips
there before the semester is up.
The next weekend we all, minus Kev,
went to Bjorn's place in Brumunddal. On Friday we drove to nearby
Lillehammer, home of the 1994 winter Olympic games. While there, we
went to Mauhaugen, a museum on Norwegian history and heritage. Coming
from the relatively young United States, it was really interesting ...