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What a day.
Up at sparrow *****. So we could see the Arkerhus, an excellent fortress on the harbour.
Usual things, towers, walls, stairs, stairs, great hall, royal mausoleum, dungeons, castle shop.
It's still a Norwegian army garrison (defence academy in fact) and the Changing of the Garbage was a highlight.
As is our want …
I couldn't find much to eat in the town centre. I found a Burger King but they were 100K ($20) didnt have fish, ...
... center where Tonje showed us around. It was a nice stroll around town. she showed us the cathedral and the cool part of town as well as some pedestrian strips and malls. A lot was closed but it was nice to get our bearings and also plan what we were doing the next day.
On our way back she decided to take us to the military fort and a viewing platform to see the whole city.
We then made out way to the supermarket to get food for dinner. Tonje wanted to ...
Today we were all interviewed by a journalist from Ostersund, arranged by Julia. Lots of embarrassing photos, including me in the shower and Robyn in her towel and shower cap!
Then we drove west. Stopped at spectacular waterfall at Ristafallet, next to a great camp site, should we ever need it again.
Then on to Norway, where the landscape is immediately more rugged, mountainous and ...
... up the pass I am getting rather warm in all this gear and my temp gauge says the outside temp is reaching 11 Celsius. Up at the view point on the summit I park the bike up and head along the steel walkway which is built right on top of the cliff. Getting to the stand right above the wonderful waterfall is a long walk of about 1km and includes about 400 steps and with the sun beating down as it is I am soon sweating buckets!!The views from this stand are ...