Thon Hotel Skeikampen
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... who participate in Ski Jumping!
Did I mention that I climbed the 932 stairs?
Fog. Could not see the top from the bottom, nor could you see the bottom from the top. At one point, I thought there was going to be a clearing – but I think that was just wishful thinking on my part. It could have worse if it were raining – so I am definitely not complaining. I'm just glad I ...
... including a Euclid dump truck, the same as he used to drive 40 years ago. Most things in Norway have been quite expensive but this museum was free.
We also visited the Olympic ski jump. It's really huge. We rode to the top in a chair lift and were able to go inside the ski tower and watch from the very top of the ski jump. I didn't like the ride going up much and it seemed a lot better coming back down. No snow at the moment ...
... in Scandinavia, so we have been pretty lucky.
Our tour guide told us that there are more people with Norwegian Heritage living in America today then are living in Norway.
We drove past Lake Miosa, which is a very large lake near Lillehammer. It stretches 68 miles in length, and at its widest point it is 11 miles. From the road you could swear that it is a river, but it doesn’t flow in any direction. At about 1:30 we arrived ...
... falling steadily. Were we to spend much time outside at all, we’d quickly get soaked as it is now coming down fairly hard. All of our traveling companions on the tour have blamed us for the rain, because they all assume any rain originates in Oregon. The mountains that surround this city are shrouded in low clouds, and it appears that the bad weather is socked in for a spell.
The trip here was another ...
Helge did so much work to locate family farms from my ancestors. I never dreamed I would have the opportunity to walk where my ancestors lived!!! And he did all this research for a total stranger! Our first stop was Svennes Farm, what an estate!!! 1 man currently lives there, can't imagine what he does with all the room. The grounds were ...