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... Church while Christine worked on postcards .... I think she is catching up. Unfortunately it was closed so we took some time to wander around the graveyard looking at the stones. I got some great Pictures that I will add later. On the way home we stopped at Solbakken (the farm my father was born on). It is owned by Rune Nilsen (son of Karen). He wasn't home but I took a picture of the new place: unfortunatetly the old buildings are all gone. Pictures to ...
... Berlin. You can read about these places but being there adds a whole new dimension.If only Japan was as open about it’s past as Germany is!
Germany has it’s large rivers,one being the Danube which we tracked for a while, but the towns along their banks tend to be trampled by tourists looking for the perfect stuffed toy for the grandchild. Generally speaking the rubbish on sale in these towns tourist traps had little to do with the local area or ...
No,I don't know why the map did that.--->
So, it's a few days since we last spoke. The night of ozur lovely time at Oddrun's place in Sjåk, I got very sick. Rats. (I ate something I really should have passed on). In the morning I was in pretty rough shape so we decided to take the bus a way up into the east side off Jotunheimen, basically cheating that day's riding. We rode to Gjendesheim, a boat dock on Gjende, a pretty little lake. I had ...
Pre-conceptions of Norway before boarding the Oslo-bound flight were of a clean, pricey nation blessed with awesome natural features, a high standard of living, a civilized society and the only existing country on earth with no external debt. Upon arrival in this Scandinavian country, it soon became apparent that all of these pre-conceptions were not only true, but palpably so, in the sense that you could actively 'feel' the ...
... after the head has been refitted. The slight loss of power felt earlier was due to retarded timing, now corrected. So now Nina rides beautifully and is ‘good to go’ - everything is functioning and the only question is whether the pushrod will bend / break due to the stresses of its job and its weakened state. So tomorrow morning I will finally have a shower and get all the motorbike grease and stress hormones off and out of me and then we leave, the big question is, South or ...