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Hi family &'Friends, thanks for staying with me while I have been having problems with my blog. Thanks to my darling daughter who set this up for me, hopefully all will be well now & you will be notified by Travel pod when I have posted a new blog. I am going to commence this blog from the Arctic circle in Finland to part way through Norway …
... of rock slipped into the fiord and created a wave 60 meters high which travelled up the fiord and wiped out a town and about 60 locals. There was an earlier one which occurred at the turn of the century but wasn't so severe. Looking at these cliffs, it won't be their last slip.
We then ascended the mountains to a snowy mountain where skiers were either preparing to ski or were already on the slopes. We arrived ...
... 900 tonnes of berries are produced annually wrong time of year unfortunately but it was the prettiest scenery.
We then went on a walk which included a suspension bridge over a gorge named Gudbrandsjuvet. Chad is making good his promise that we won't be sorry in not travelling the Trolls Road. Later we visited a local farmer for refreshments - tea/coffee with the local speciality of pancakes with either sweet cheese or butter and sugar, very tasty! He also shared ...
... first, docking around 7:00am, spending the day there, and then sailing back to make the technical call at "Hellsylt" on our way out. This was the reverse of what we'd expected, and spoiled our plans to enjoy the sail out during the late afternoon. I called the excursion desk, who confirmed that the order of stops had changed. We adapted and decided to leave our balcony curtains open all night so we wouldn't miss the sail in in the morning. ...
... the fjord way below,everything lush and green,perfect...Met with US folk, Karen and Hugh, Karen is on a journey to join cousins she has never met,and for an Aunts 100th Birthday, after the cruise. Her Grandparents, Norwegian and Swedish, were immigrants to the US long ago...Have you read the books I asked [The Red River Series]..proceeded to enlighten her, well...her Grandfather went to North Dakota, told them of the ...