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Everything was perfect, no problems whar so ever. Big pluss was than since I was leaving very early ,there was an option of getting breakfast to go.
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... had a giant wooden Stave Church.
I'd checked the route on google and you had to get to a mountain tunnel and turn left. I wasn't sure how to since I was on foot so I was going to give it a try and if the tunnel wasn't passable I'd head back.
There were stairs leading to the houses above ...
... the Secret Life Of Bees,very special..
Our phone for Norway is up and running, Cetrece has the number,and when you are up,sometime.. and we are too, I will send it on to others..This will be the last blog for a while, due to the curvature of the earth, we lose it now for about 6 days, so back later on, soon to be in the Arctic Circle..a sea day tomorrow, to catch our breath, Bye from us, heading to distant places in Norway.. Faye and ...
When we woke up this morning the sun was shining, but when we were ready to pack it start raining, so we had to hurry up and got everything as quick as we could in the car, the tent was very wet. Today we drove 60km and stay in Flakk for 2 days, because tomorrow we go to Trondheim. The weather is not that bad, but it could be better, sometimes it's raining very hard and then the sun is shining. The forecast for tomorrow and the days after that are ...
... was left 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 ...
Its the 1st of May and Trondheim is closed and when I say closed its a complete shutdown.We got off board and had a walk round an almost deserted city. Quite nice.The most stunning sight is the Cathedral which - you guessed it - was closed (unless you had gone on the organised excursion by bus). I suppose the Cathedral is Lutheran up here.(Whats that Fr.Michael?There's somebody hammering on the door?)
We sat last night ...