Monday, July 23, 2007

The Grey Havens


Our last day in Norway was hard for all three of us to swallow. We were certainly not ready to leave yet, and were not looking forward to saying goodbye to our family and new friends. Luckily, we had a full day to keep our minds off our melancholic moods. We spent the afternoon on Uncle Mikal’s farm and got a tour of the pigs and cow that are raised and milked there. After attempting to get the pigs’ “special” smell off with a shower, we decided to head by train over to a mall near Stavanger. Mikal and Zac found a few things to take home to share with their families but I could not muster an impulse to buy anything. When we arrived back, we once again went over to Anders’ house and hung out for one last time. Our trip ended much like this last blog, abrupt and yet satisfying.

2 comments:

doubletalllatte said...

Hey Markus thanks again for the great blog. John&I have really enjoyed it as well as my parents! NICEJOB!by the way...
happybirthdaymarkus!!!
auntk&unclej

nytenker said...

Hey Markus, Zachary and Mikal, it was so great that you visited us this summer! We enjoyed your stay and hope to see you back in Norway really soon!
And your blog is just awesome, Markus. Thanks for sharing it with us.
Kjellaug & Peter