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After a lazy glide down the valley to Lom, we set up at thefirst campground we saw. Greg sat down for a read and I went for a wander. I saw the stavekjirke and some of the outdoor partsof the fjellmuseum then went up the mountain a little way. At 4:00pm my cousin Sonja picked us up in her taxi and took us to Sjåk and her sister Oddrun's house, picking up her mother Inge on the way. There we met Eva and Liv, so we had four of the five sisters. ...
... a vintage car rally on, and it seemed that they were all gathering in Lom ready for the rally, so the campsite was quite interesting with a whole swag of vintage cars, bikes and trucks scattered throughout the camping ground.
Met a couple of friendly gay Australian men whilst we were cooking dinner, and ended up spending an hour or so chatting with them, and sharing their wine, which they happily offered to us since we hadn't been able to ...
... ties off and within 5 minutes I am off the ferry and heading for customs.
The chap at customs certainly done his job well and asked a good number of questions and wanted to know what I was doing in Norway.
Having answered all his questions I left and made my way to a nearby car park to set up my satnav for the journey ahead.
Even though I'm sure Oslo is a wonderful city to visit my main goal is to explore the mountains in this country and make ...
... we stayed at in Ringebu is called the Spidsbergseter Gudbrandsdal Hotel (try saying that fast five times, or even once!). This is the place with the stuffed musk ox in the bar. I have included some pictures. This area is popular for Norwegians who like to hike and walk the trails here and many residents from Lillihammer and Oslo own summer homes in Ringebu.
Just outside the town of Ringebu we visited the ...
... as the small town of Ringebu and we are staying over in a rustic mountain resort. It is a very cool place with old wood floors, beamed ceilings, a stuffed musk ox in the bar and all kinds of neat nooks and crannies. We had the dinner buffet here which was huge, the most extensive that we have sen in Norway. I tried the elk and ox which were both quite tasty. The dessert table went on forever.
Our day started off nice ...
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