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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 …
... fed we set off ad the boys were I a playful mod and set off at a pace, in fact we scraped some bits on the bike I don't think should have been scraped but hey ho. The scenery has definitely changed and no W we have dropped out of the arctic circle we do not see the small arctic silver birch trees that grow almost like bushes, of the cotton wool plant - named by me as it looked like a cotton wool ball on the end of a stem. I have seen them on the North Yorkshire moors ...
... piece, Bach, must have been written by the idiot son because it sounded just noise to us. Quite the difference from the previous concert. From here we toured the war museum and resistance museum and this was most interesting. Then back to the harbour and tender to the ship. Having missed lunch we went for tea at 3pm and had scones, sweets and sandwiches....perfect! A nap and cocktail ...
... of this old wooden building. This place had been empty for many years and certain parts of the roof etc had fallen through but to my surprise there was still loads of furniture etc left in it and nothing had been touched. There was old free standing fires in each room, an old large trunk what looked to be a treasure chest and even a old typewriter. The whole place looked as though someone had simply walked out and left it about 30 or 40 years ago and ...
Our great weather continued today. Our first stop this morning was the Ranem Kirke church in Overhalla. This is a beautiful medieval church, over 800 years old. Aaron and Anne Christine Anderson ( our common great, great grandparents) were married here in 1849. We had a wander around the church yard and took some nice pictures. However our timing was not good with regard to getting to see the inside of the church as it is closed on Saturday. We ...