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... for us. We had a nice time with them, explaining who we were and learning about them and their journey to Bjergby, Lars is the new pastor and he has been at the church about 18 months. He did a little research for us and gave us some tips and a link to the o a great site full of Danish records and took the time to explain how we can read all the records. We are hoping to be able to track down some more of Angie's family history when we get home. Lars also ...
So the first leg of the trip is winding down, tomorrow we have the day in Denmark and then board the ferry from Hirtshalls and set sail to Bergen, Norway. The trip so far has been amazing, a few days in Copenhagen, which was great and then some time in northern Denmark visiting sights and tracing Angie's family history. Hoping we have some real luck tomorrow as the pastor of the church Angie's great-grandfather was baptized in has invited us to his house ...
Tuesday was probably the best day yet of vacation and it really covers the reason where are here, for Angie to see for the first time where her family came from. I have a greater appreciation for my family history and the fact that I have not only been to where my grandparents where born, I also had the amazing experience of walking with my grandfather on the farm he grew up on. ...
... due to high water.
Katie's husband came home in the early evening. He is an elementary school teacher of science, history and English. He speaks English very well and has a great personality.
Katie prepared a great dinner, Maja was put to bed and the adults spent the evening in great conversation.
The house belonged to Katie's grandmother. There is a nice garden with many ...
... a program written in Danish. It looked like five songs would be played and the words for each were printed in the program. When it was almost time for the concert to begin, a man got up and gave the audience many little body and voice exercises to do. We thought this was to help the children remain quiet. Then all the audience sang each of the songs with the sax, trumpet and a piano doing the accompaniment. The last song just ...