Our Beautiful World
What's so interesting here?
more - and close-up
and after that, we came to a sign showing something worthfully to stop for.
Our Guidebook told us that we could see old stone-carvings here, several thousand years old,
and as we find that interesting, we made the bridge all the way out.
To see where we ended, click on the picture, or here.
Just a small island, with no indication whatsoever on any tracks of our forefathers.
On request, we were told that we could find that place a couple of kilometers further ahead.
'You will see a large brown barn on your left side on top of a hill. Drive right in there,
and ask the farmer where to find the carvings, and he will show you.
There are (of course) no others signs showing the way......
We found a place called Fjølvika, where an old fishing industry had given up -
Click on the picture, and it's time to say good night again.
Stand by - new mountains ahead!
Soon we cought sight of the attraction of the day: Torghatten.
That place deserves a page all by its own, so here we go:
TORGHATTEN - click here!
There was more to come - here on the way up into the sky.
On top of the bridge in Brønnøysund
And what is to see up there?
From top of the Brønnøysund Bridge, we could say good-bye to Torghatten,
and enjoy a beatiful view in both directions.
If you turn around on the bridge and look to the north, you will another kind of view. The town is to the right,
so don't forget to click on the picture.
About ten kilometers north of Brønnøysund, we left the mainland at Horn,
and by a small ferry we got out to the island of Vega:
and another sunset put us to bed after another exciting day.
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