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... damn-site easier with a following wind.
Oh....but we got part of the way back, and received a phone call to say that the re-inforcements had got off the ferry at the wrong place and could we just meet them and carry all their baggage back for them on the bikes.... It's only a few km...
No worries!....Easy, peasy...
Needless to say, I had a little lie-down later on...
We eked it out until the bitter end and caught the water -taxi back to land at ...
... life have I ever thought coffee was hard to
get but here today I had to travel over 50 miles or so before I managed to find
Along the way there were loads of signs saying "restaurant 1km" but not a
single one was open until I reached the town of Rodberg. Here I went into a shop
and poured myself a very large coffee and sat outside in the glorious
At this point I got out my maps and decided to check my route ahead and
... in general, go out of their way to make us feel very welcome......it's pretty damn good! I get treated like one of the family, and it's almost like having 3 brothers. Thank you!
It is amazing that after all our travels, we have to wait until the end and have Norway put on the only decent weather of the whole trip. Today was another magnificent day, and after another amazing breakfast of bacon and eggs, salad, cheese, sil (cured raw fish), boiled eggs, ham, cold meats ...
... lot, but Alzheimer's is a cruel, cruel,
affliction, despite her only 64 years, and Sverre, God-bless-him, has to run after her almost non-stop. He does an absolutely amazing job, and is to be absolutely admired, but it is a really, fully demanding 24/7 task... Imagine trying to look after a grown-up 2-3 year-old....I said to Treas, that if ever I get to that stage just push me over a cliff .....
Also, he took my remarks about my injured back, ...
... 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">First we had to dig-out the ATV from the shed, and then dig-out the trailer, pack it with fire wood for the cabin, stash some nets and fishing gear, and some vittels.