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... a display for each games, with a bit of information about that particular games, and anything notable that happened at the time. Of course, much. Of the focus was on Norwegian and Scandinavian athletes, but it was actually quite interesting. They had medals that were handed out at each of the games, and the torches, some original and some replicas I think. It wasn't a very big exhibit, but just the right size actually. I'd definitely recommend it if you have any ...
... Ringebu stave church yard was no exception. While we were wandering through the church yard we noticed many names that were familiar to us from growing up in Camrose, a community with a Scandinavian heritage.
Norway was until fairly recently a very poor country and in the mid to late 1800s a significant percentage of the Norwegian population emigrated to the United States and Canada. They were hard working and very hardy people with a ...
... It was right at the border and full of Norwegians stocking up. L got the impression food must be much more expensive there. As soon as we crossed the border we had to pay a toll for the road, about $3. If we had kept to the main roads we would have had to pay several more before reaching Oslo.
Taking a less direct route we stopped and looked at the locks near Halden. Here, there are 4 locks, the highest lifts the level 26.6m. A girl we'd met said it was ...
... come to realize that simply living in England costs quite a bit more than in the states, and what I was expecting so I haven't been able to get to as many other countries as I would like. I have been to Manchester, Leeds, Sheffield, Birmingham, Newcastle, and Blackpool for major cities in England though, and as mentioned Norway. The cities are all cool as they have that traditional English architecture, I will add some pics of the buildings so you guys can see. Come summer time ...
... an offer we couldn't refuse. So off we went sixty five kilometres back towards Dokka and into the forest to get Nina.
She was still sitting there just as we left her, as was all our stuff thankfully. As I packed up the little tent I had made , I looked around at the forest and heard the river rushing in the valley, I thought of the lovely little stream we had been getting water from and sitting on the track cooking and was very sad to be leaving. We had such ...