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... mid-1400s to the early 1500s. From quite a distance away, one could not help but see the main tower. The tower is roughly as tall as the cathedral is long, at just over 300 feet. Once inside, I found it hard to believe that the cathedral can actually accommodate about 1,200 people. It seemed too narrow. That narrowness made the vaulted ceilings seem even higher. Surprisingly, nearly every item hung on the walls or every tomb marker ...
... Finally, on my fourth trip we found time to get out fishing and... we caught nothing. Not even a bite. Damnit. Thankfully, there is also time tomorrow for more fishing so hopefully one of us catches something.
This weekend will be very busy as we re-evaluate our fish to see if their behaviour has changed. If all goes well, we are hoping to take Monday off and either do some site seeing or more fishing!
Love from the state of Denmark!
... But I stayed and got talking to a girl.
Turns out she is 7 time world champion in Unicycle!
I didn't even know you could be a world champion at unicycle!
Well, I guess you learn something new everyday!!
Sorry this entry isn't very long, don't have much to say!
So it has been a busy couple days here in Denmark. Lots of work, but thankfully also a bit of fun and some great food. Niels and family have been wonderful hosts as usual! Last night we had a guys night with hot dogs, hamburgers and beer. There was some lettuce on the table as well, but it was layered between beef and bacon. Niels made real Danish hot dogs, with fried onions, remoulade, and mustard. A key component is that the hot dog is at least twice the size of e bun. Axel made a ...
... the world for "Living Green" by a 2007 Readers Digest survey. It even has a free bike sharing system.)
One day, while wandering the city, I overheard music coming from beyond a hill. When I approached, I noticed a large group of people surrounding skiers and snowboarders doing tricks on a tiny man-made ski hill. It was one of the strangest things I’ve ever seen - those crazy Danes!
Here are some pictures from the first few ...