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... I slept for a lot of it. We arrived in Lillehammer just after five, had time to check in to the hotel and get settled, and then went off for a short orientation walk of the town before having dinner at a local microbrewery. It was definitely one of huge better meals I've had, and because I know you all like to know what I'm eating, I had a moose burger - that's right, moose burger. It was quite nice actually, but I didn't enjoy it as much as the reindeer. If to makes ...
... jumps and the Olympic flame holder for the 1994 Winter Olympics. When we got there we observed a skier doing a jump onto the grass. We then went into town, but on the way Jean had a small attack and took sugar to correct it. We then stopped in town for everyone to get Norwegian money at ATMs before heading to our hotel for the night, the Wadahl Hotel, which is more of a ski lodge. Beautiful scenery over looking a lake and the ...
First stop on the route. The old Toyota is screaming for gas, and the Olympic city of Lillehammer was approached just in time! We emptied ourselves and filled up the car - with gas - and did a little sightseeing in the city. This is by now the most north Bia has been in Norway, but it doesnt end here. Next stop will be for dinner.:-) Første ...
Now that I just wrote about basketball, I thought I might update you all on life outside of hoops.
There have been a few pretty big developments since I last talked to you all on here, and the first is that I met a wonderful girl from Norway named Therese, whom I started dating in October. I will add a few pictures for you all to see her, don't worry. Besides being gorgeous, she is an awesome person as well, and we get along great. I didn't plan on dating really while I ...
... a few phone calls confirmed that there are no other motorbikes with similar sized pushrods and there are certainly no spares in Norway right now. So, again with a lot of creativity it was repaired. The rod was broken cleanly at the two cracks, a thread was cut into each of the ends (the pushrod is hollow) and a bolt of appropriate size was given a longer thread and its head was removed to create a pair of studs to rejoin and reinforce the pushrod. The threads were ...