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... wrecked cruiser. It was a great piece of machinery. Not everyone when around it because there was quite a bit of climbing to do.
The air conditioning didn’t work in the first bus that we’d travelled in and we were just stifled. Glad to get out of it. The 2nd one was better.
When we got back to the tourist centre we rushed into the library, got the password for ...
... by many types of conifers. We come across some squabbling squirrels and a white wagtail. We leave the trail to visit the Ringve Music Museum. arriving between scheduled tours on a quiet day we are given our own personalised tour of the historical collection in a grand summer house. Our guide is a young violinist studying engineering. He plays us snatches of Bach, Mozart and Greig on precious instruments and it sounds glorious. In the ...
... a small time feel with a canal lined with sailboats that snakes around the neighborhoods. The centerpiece of the town is a giant Cathederal that was first built in
The first of the winter storms came in last night and this morning (in the real world) it was freezing! Where better to head for today's virtual ride than Norway? The snow and ice matched the cold blustery weather on the veranda where I have my exercise bike. I set myself a target of staying on the bike for 20 minutes... It was cold!.... but in the end I couldn't help pedalling just a bit further to see what was around the next ...
Saturday was predicted to be cloudy all day, but dry and still. Once everyone was up I suggested we spend the morning on the beach making a "boat" in the sand just below the high water mark, then take a picnic to a fishing village about an hour's drive away. I was surprised that this seemed to meet with everyone's approval, and I decided to make the sandwiches and pack the picnic before anyone changed their minds. The construction of the "boat" ...