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First stop today is the Haldenvass Dragets Kanal Museum, where Ingvar works testing the lake and river waters of the region. It is a lovely museum, show casing the history and the many animals of the area.
We leave Orje onward to our journey of the Telemark area, passing thru Oslo and Drammen. Thru out Telemark, one senses an older Norway. The province is associated with a farmer named Sondre ...
... so I decided I better stay on the new road from
This new road was extremely boring as it was simply tunnel after tunnel
twisting and turning its way through these glorious mountains. Riding in here is
so boring and all I could think off was all the lovely scenery I was passing
under. Of course every time you exit a tunnel its a great surprise at what one
is going to see in the way of scenery. You just never know where you will be
when you ...
We left Oslo this a.m. at around 9. Today was mostly a travel day but one that took us past scenery that reminded Gary and I of Alaska in many ways. We weren't very far out of town, when we passed our first fjord with little villages around. Then we started climbing into the mountains and the countryside became a mix of farmland and forests. As we climbed higher, we saw mountains so high that ...
... They all were very interesting to talk to, some of them from Norway some from Sweden and Denmark. It felt like the World Cup of beautiful women. We soon all started to disperse across Kongsberg, some finding drunchy food, some finding early beds, some just wandering off. I was one of the select few that made it to a cracked down burger joint where I was fed a sad excuse of a Big Mac (that the girls bought for us.) After I had satisfied my hunger Chase and I made our way back ...
... the morning, and how to get there. We returned home after about an hour of touring the city, we then brushed our teeth and passed out.
I woke up at about 9:30a.m I took a shower, made myself some breakfast and coffee, then decided that I should start my trek downtown. I was surprised to see as many people as I did walking on the route to town. Thats one of the biggest differences I`ve noticed, Norwegians are very active people compared to the common American. I made my ...