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We make it to Harwich Ferry Terminal with a few hours to spare. Say our goodbyes to Steve and Kelly and head off on our own. The ferry to Denmark leaves at 5 pm and is an overnight trip, arriving in Esbjerg at 1 pm the following day. Not quite as fancy as the Ventura, but fine for this crossing. Mainly a car and container truck ferry it does provide a nice restaurant and cafe plus a great lounge with windows across the back (ok stern) looking out over the ocean (naturally!) and ...
... looked at the cathedral and settled for a drink in the busy square (John still chasing that elusive wonderful dark beer) before doing a walking tour of the older quieter parts of the city. Storks nest yearly on the rooves, as we saw weeks ago in Selcuk in Turkey.
Back to camp ,dinner facing the lake and watched the sun set after 9.30 pm. (we are as far north as ...
... cannot be found in the snow which is the time of year when they ate most needed.The Norwegian who came up with this idea is not known.
Alison has also become interested in woodstacks and snow ploughs.It is a long day when you are not wrestling with the wheel of a large motor car. I'll attempt to attach one picture today - this of a wooden bridge in Roros (did I tell you that the first "o" isn't - its ...
... t use it too frequently beacause of the power consumption.
So we have passed from Norway to Denmark.- Oslo to Aarhus to Ribe and tomorrow we are off to Germany and will attempt to get the ferry across the Elbe.I need to check the blog to see if I have told you about the man and the PTFE tape .
But for now,goodbye to Norway::
So I lit a fire,isn't it good,norwegian wood
Knut (the "k" is silent as in cracker)
... in an apartment on someone’s farm, just out of the tiny town of Ansager. The apartment had lots of space as was very private. It was a lovely place to stay. Thankfully there was a supermarket in town (only a few mins away) that was still open so we bought something for dinner and headed back home. Shopping is becoming a much simpler experience. After dinner Ro and I washed some clothes in the kitchen sink and headed to ...