Comfort Hotel Grand
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... better by doing it on an Olympic track =)
We stayed in a hotel tonight that is quite a nice and the dinner buffet, yum! After dinner we checked out to the ice hockey arena in Gjovik that was used in the 1994 Lillehammer games. It's built right into a cave and was really cool! Unfortunately there was no ice in place, but it was neat being there. Had a bit of crazy fun singing and dancing as there was a nice echo.
... and cylinder can’t be compressed together, which means a loss of compression, which means over-heating and loss of power blah blah blah same problem over and over.
So we were back to square one in my mind, but to Felix this is only a setback in time, as everything else is good to go as far as we know. But we were still back to ordering parts from all over the world which takes over a week because of customs and tax. Norway has no stock of ...
... down the valley over the rocks but in some parts it was calmer, deep and perfect for swimming, fish were jumping everywhere. On each side the banks went steeply up and were covered with thick forest, so many different shades of green. The sun was shining down gloriously, warming our bodies and making the water sparkle and show off it’s clarity.
We spent the next few hours swimming and sitting naked on a rock in the middle of the river in the ...
... I made some dinner and Felix had a little look at Nina but couldn’t find the reason she wasn’t going. The inlet valve would not shut but he could not work out why without removing the cylinder head. At least it wasn’t raining - yet. We made a bed, under our new mosquito net and in the bivvi bag but not with a tarp over us. Sometime in the night, I was half asleep and feeling little splatters on my face I dreamt I was back in America, under the ...
... was taking a complete change of plan.
Setting up for dinner on the picnic table by the waters edge we considered how our fate had suddenly changed, and the situation we were in. Again we had been met by a friendly stranger showing us amazing hospitality and kindness.
So even with Nina’s being broken on our minds, we had a lovely night. I cooked and we ate by the lake in clouds of midges and mosquitos. We felt more comfortable with the door open ...