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... who was apparently the first woman to dog-sled across the North Pole, or something like that.Per and Ragnhild had booked in there and we, being poor pensioners, camped in Dulcie 400m up the road in a lay-by next to a stream and a couple of huge lakes.We had a lovely dinner with them in the hotel and then headed back down the road, but P & R came with us and had a couple of G&Ts and a couple of reds before heading back. And of course it ...
LHR to Bergen Meet Thea & Alf Get to house - it's not ready, roar our landlord drops us off, by motor boat over to ole bull house, back via ferry to shop & wait for our lift/ luckily we don't do what debs suggested & start walking as he comes to collect us by boat Home dinner, catch up & chill - it's ...
... this was all during a four day period of time). From there we boarded a train back to Oslo.
The trip started out a bit rocky (pun intended), as there were rock slides which closed the tracks from Oslo to Trondheim, and we ended up busing it over the mountain, which delayed us by about an hour and made the trip a little less comfortable (though still very ...
... labour. This journey took her most of the night. When the midwife finally arrived at the farm, the baby had already been born and was in good heath. As the midwife was halfway down the treacherous road on her way home, the farmer stuck his head out the window and shouted, ‘Hey! I thinks it’s twins!!!’ (I made the last bit up!!) From that day the region celebrate the heroics of the midwife by following in her footsteps every year on the same day.
... hmmm... not believing Nic any more it was up the steepest hill I have ever seen and not 10 mins).
It is so peaceful and quiet, will upload some pics so you can share the experience, must be viewed with a glass of Ringnes Pilsner from Oslo (Truls will be happy, no Swedish cider in sight)
Tomorrow we are heading to Hirtshals in Denmark...maybe.