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... a farm paddock dotted with round hay bales wrapped in plastic.
Gracie had a myth buster moment when she excitededly asked if she could go and "touch the cheese"! Darren and I looked at each other and smiled incredulously at each other! From a very young age, Darren had always told the girls every time we drove past a field full of these covered hay bales, that they were huge rounds of camembert cheese. We hadn't realised that Gracie still hadn't fallen for the ...
... sadly no photos as I was too busy looking out the window at the beautiful scenery and the boats). We had lunch (the largest baked potato I have ever seen) and then went to the National Park information centre, which was able to show us a quick film about the soft coral reefs in the water of the National Park, the sealife and the deep shafts and steep cliffs under the water which was pretty interesting. After lunch we drove back to Fredrikstad, where Camilla and I met ...
... me that I looked fine. So after our breakfast we drive down to the parade and watch the children and the marching bands and everything and that was cool to watch! After we walked around and had some food and I met a few people that were friends with the family so that was nice. They taught me a little bit about the Norwegian heritage. But nothing about Vikings, mostly about dresses. Then Randi and odd went home to prepare some food and Anna and I watched the Russ parade. In ...
... perspective on life. I also wonder if I'll fall victim to reverse homesickness, that is, homesick towards Moss. I haven't been homesick about the US too badly, so I don't think it'll be too much of an issue.
Anyhow, I had better go do kitchen duty now (we have a common kitchen and take turns cleaning it). Fun fun. I'll get back to the Italy trip when I have time (it takes a lot) and feel motivated enough to do it.
... surrounding area. Apparently we weren't the first people there, though. We found a fire pit, a tree swing, and what looked to be an abandoned makeshift tent. It'll be nice to go up there when the snow has gone away; by the time we got back from there, our shoes were full of snow.
Today, Griff and I walked down to the beach after class got out. It would have been warm had the wind not been so strong. In fact, I think today was the windiest ...