Stiklestad Park Hotell
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... still day-light here) and once home again to Kari and Haakon's, was advised that Heidi had arranged for us to move camp down to their place a couple of km down the fjord, where, yet again we chatted long into the night....
Muggins here forgot to take the iPad to the island, so, I'm sorry, no pictures, unless I can figure out how to get them from the iPhone onto this here dang iPad thingo....
Yes, I know it's supposed to be easy, but, I don't know how, okay?
... then overnighting at a camp and move on again the next day. One of the interesting things here is the difference in pronunciations. For example - for a while I thought we were aiming for two different places - Treas kept talking about a place called Hitch-hals, whereas I thought we going to Hirtshalls, (and I pronounced it Hurtshalls, but apparently it's pron Hitch-hals...) No bloody wonder George has his occasional hissy-fit.... Had another near miss ...
... we eventually departed Kari and Haakon and headed off north towards Oslo where Kari Anne's dad Ingmar, was to meet us near Tonsberg and take care of the van for a couple of weeks before Kari Anne and Josef arrive to take it back to Germany for us, after first having a little holiday in Norway.
We juuuuust missed the 15.00 train by a whisker and so went for a wander along the brygge in Tonsberg until the next train at 16.00. Apparently Tonsberg is Norway's oldest town ...
... You can't take it with you - there's no pockets in a shroud, and if something happens, you can't wind the clock back and have the time again, so enjoy it now!
... be enough for the night, so we then puttered around and set our nets, and of course managed to strike the only submerged rock in the lake and sheared the shear-pin on the out-board propellor ....so I had to row back. I managed to make a new one that night from a nail that I cut up, so all is well.