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... it's purpose was to provide another shopping option for the Norwegians, who have one of the highest living costs in the world! The Norwegians come across to Sweden & buy up in bulk!! We spent a few hours there, mainly hanging out in Subway, preparing the last of our paperwork for our tax refund.
Believing we'd done as much as we could, we headed to the border which is basically in the middle of a huge fiord, crossed by 2 huge bridges. With some difficulty ...
... rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">There was a bit of juggling at the brygge as we had to keep making more berth space as more boats arrived, but soon all was good and we watched as Per, Knut, Hans, young Per, Rebekka and Ellen all had a shot a water-skiing, and Rebekka did a fine job of single skiing.
... After a skiing accident a few months ago, Kristian hasn't been too agile, and so he's had a guy in to do some varnishing and anti-fouling in the boat-house.
But while it was up on the ...
... out at Notodden yesterday, we were being driven around by old Olaf who is I believe, 84, and we were driving gently along the road at about 50kph, when a big semi-trailer loaded with a container/s , pulled out of a side street, and across our bows, completely blocking the road as he turned slowly across the highway... Since there appeared to be no reduction in speed by Olaf, I glanced across and he seemed to ...
... free, so I'm not complaining. I also went down to the sea at sunset again. It's become something of a habit on clear evenings. It's so pretty, so peaceful.
Friday was easily the highlight of the weekend. I, along with the other two students from UND, took the ferry across the Oslo fjord to the nearby city of Horten. For 30 Kroner ($5), we got to have fun walking around the ferry, which carried cars and semi trucks in addition to passengers. Exploring ...