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... the railway. It was somewhat sad leaving the Arctic Circle whilst watching the Joannah Lumley's journey to the Norhtern Lights and realising that we had been to many of the places and probably won't be back again.
We followed the river that ran beside the mountains to our final destination for the day, Mosjoen. A buffet dinner and a walk around town with the gang and off to our rooms to prepare for tomorrow. Our room overlooks the river and the snow covered mountains above.
... On the way to meet a sled champion and her dogs we drove past the remains of this years ice hotel. It is a full on hotel made of blocks of ice. As it is on private property we couldn't walk around the site but it was fascinating, you could see some walls still rock solid - that would be an experience.
Trinny (the sled champ) told us her story of how she trains her dogs to compete in the Findmark 1,000km race over 6 days. We were all in awe. How this young ...
... made me smile. The other thing we have been seeing here in norway are wheelie bin houses. Lots of houses have small wooden pitched roofed sentry boxes to put their wheelie bins in. They are really ornate with carvings and flowers outside. Obviously ther is not much to do in the winter ..... We also regularly see people skiing down the motorway - but skiing on skis with wheels, training I guess but funny when they are going downhill with ski poles tucked under their arms. Anyway ...
... Trondheim she only used 7.7 litres of fuel for 114 miles (182km)With all my wet gear on and knowing I'm going to get soaked I head off heading North on the E6. I keep seeing signs saying "toll" and am expecting any moment to get a toll station up ahead but it never happened. It seems here in Norway its all done by electronic cameras etc.Today here in Norway is independence remembrance day and so there were many gatherings and marches all over the country. One thing I noticed ...
... and the Allies in the second World War. Even though Norway declared neutrality in WW II, the Germans invaded and occupied the country because of their resources and strategic location. But they didn't capture Norway without a fight. Another stop was at longitude 66.33 which is the Arctic Circle. We missed seeing the Arctic circle marker on the Hurtigruten because we went by it early in the morning so we ...