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... our famous river. This time Hilde choose the difficult cross-over, i simply took out the shoes and walked through the water - good refreshment for the feet.
In exactly 7 hours we made the walk.
Tired but happy we did it we returned back to the home to start repacking for the last few days.
From here we leave the Norwegian nature for what it is and go back to the big city Oslo, before we return home by boat and car.
... of the glacier. The hike itself brought us through nice landscape with ponds, small rivers, lots of snow and a very rocky path to get there. All in all we walked for about 3 hours.
After the hike we thought about buying a nice bottle of wine in the Vinimonopolet which we had seen in Lom, we thought that being there by 6 would give us plenty of time, but again a new surprise with alcohol in Norway, on mondays ...
800 kms – almost no steps
Today is a special day – 30 years ago it all started and thanks to the kids who take care of the homefront we can enjoy a second honeymoon. Very different from the one in 1984, but equally enjoyable.
Today was the big drive south. Carefully planned to be on the 3th of August (joking) we took the long drive from Mo I Rana to a small village called Vaga (there needs to be ...
... off on her motorcycle somewhere. We had a fine supper of mashed potatoes, vegetables, pork, klub soup, lefse and flatbrød- fo.llowed by a double dessert, homemade ice cream with strawberries and a marshmallow cake. We conversed in broken Norwegian and English. It was a bit of work at times but fun. Around dessert time Oddrun's niece, Celia showed up. Celia is veryfluent in English and faciliiated the conversation wonderfully. After ...
... a vintage car rally on, and it seemed that they were all gathering in Lom ready for the rally, so the campsite was quite interesting with a whole swag of vintage cars, bikes and trucks scattered throughout the camping ground.
Met a couple of friendly gay Australian men whilst we were cooking dinner, and ended up spending an hour or so chatting with them, and sharing their wine, which they happily offered to us since we hadn't been able to ...