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... This is going to be interesting...... So I pulled over off the road onto a little clearing especially placed for such contemplative issues.... got out the specification sheet to check the height......Just as I recalled - 2870...... But that's without the sat-tv aerial, which is about 160....so that I've always considered that 3100 to be a safe number..... A fair bit shy of 2.9m...... But, I grabbed the tape measure and gave the van a quick measure-up....and ...
... little else changed, the buildings were still picturesque, the scenery was beautiful and it was still raining when we pulled into a car park/picnic area on the banks of the River Gomma in Sorumsand, to stay for the night
Along with some other Scandinavian countries, Norway has 'Allemenstratten, or ‘everyman’s right,, including the right to camp anywhere along the road for up to 2 days as ...
... better written. I hope you think so too!
From Stockholm to Dublin
By Robert Reinpold
As the Norwegian winter draws to a
close, melting snow and chirping birds bring renewed enthusiasm to
the students of the American College of Norway. With the transition
into spring comes warm, sunny weather, longer days, and an
The last three weeks have been pretty
exciting. On the 29th of January, I, along with fellow UND students
Griffin and Ashley, went to the Norwegian capital of Oslo. Also
accompanying us were Kev of Philadelpia, PA, and Bjorn from
Brumunddal, Norway. Compared to the humble industrial city of Moss,
the bustling life of Oslo offers quite a change of pace. We started
in Oslo walking passed the National Theater and ...
... my homework and after helping a couple others understand some of the concepts, I was too tired to do any blogging. So here I am doing it today!
Besides sitting in class most of the day (when the sun's out, naturally), myself and a couple of the Norwegian students walked what seemed like miles to find the nearest McDonald's, which was at a mall. It wouldn't have been so far or taken so long if we had actually known where we were going. We ...