Rica Dyreparken Hotel
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... It’ll be nice and cool when the temperatures finally go up…
Sometime later we bade farewell to our Polish neighbours, quite why they were leaving when the wind was still blowing at 28 knots I’ve no idea but that’s their prerogative. Actually, to the west of here there is some shelter as it is possible to motor in an inner channel with the outlying islands and rocks affording protection from the waves and perhaps that is what they are ...
... I caught up a truck and decided it may be a good idea to follow it as his big tyres were clearing the snow pretty well. Fifty miles in we reached the Norway border and the truck turned off, must have forgot his passport, and left us leading the way again.
For a while we were pretty much on our own and the roads were slushy and not too bad, we joined a duel carriageway and suddenly the road seemed pretty clear, there were some trucks up ahead and we ...
... is 292 degrees at a speed of 16.5 knots over and ocean whose depth is over 1500 metres. Sea swells average 7-8 feet. Although it is clear today, visibility dropped to zero last night necessitating blowing our foghorn every two minutes. International law regulates this, not for modern ships with radar and GPS but for other ships who do not have the same technology. What the hell is anyone doing out here without that ...
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... the place and many photos I headed off down the
hill towards the town and the lake.
It was already extremely hot outside and so of course as it is a public
holiday here in Norway everyone was making the best of this heat wave and were
all down at the lake for a swim.
This lake is totally still and looks more like a mill pond than a lake. A
speed boat races passed making a nice wave of trails as it passed and of course
makes for good photography.