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Last evening when we arrived at the mountain house, Mitch checked the hot tub. The temperature was at 86 degrees. We didn't go in last night but Katie turned the temperature
up to about 102 degrees which is the temperature of most hot tubs in the USA. We liked the warm water and the view of the mountains this morning. Katie thought it was way too hot and Maja cried when Katie put her in. Katie thought we were trying to ...
... churches is very different.
From the stave church we went to Katie's father's “cabin”. This was a
beautiful place in the mountains with 5 bedrooms and two baths. It was in
a gated area. We would not call it a cabin. We had a great evening enjoying
conversation with Katie and Maja and the mountain views from the house.
Sunset was striking. There is much exposed rock in these ...
We started the day with the Larvik Museum, which, although small, was packed with information. The kids did a massive floor jigsaw of Ulrik(?) Frederik(?) Gildenløve before moving on to read about independence from Denmark in 1814. Larvik itself was about 400 years old and had been an important royal court during Danish rule.
We followed the harbour path, past Lars, the inflatable duck and bought some more massive ice-creams. The ...
... composition-fill-color: rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">Stayed up late-ish, and while Per opted for a dip in the spa, I was pooped and hit the sack, and was asleep within half a minute....
Hallelujah ! Summer has finally arrived in Norway!
We have had the last 3 days with beautiful blue sky, lovely warm sun, little wind, and only the occasional cloud that blocked the sun ...