I missed my connection in Oslo, which was a little bit stressful having not slept for about 24 hours. But after sorting out another flight and a hotel and sleeping for about 12 hours I went for a wander, and found this lovely lake.
See, isn’t it pretty.
At the lake was a bunch of body weight exercise setups. I tried out all of them ofc.
After checking out I managed to get onto an earlier flight that was supposed to be fully booked. This was the sky leaving Oslo…
…and this was the sky coming in to Bodø.
This is the main stage area at Nord. Norwegians are super into their pioneering (aka building stuff out of poles and ropes). This is not a great example of that, but still looks pretty cool.
This is also not a great example of pioneering. It fell over multiple times and nearly broken someone.
This is slightly better pioneering, hopefully I remember to take photos of the really impressive ones.
Streetsweeping the driveway during a camp with 9000 people is a little bit of an exercise in futility.
Yesterday/today we went for our Rover Hike “totally mild”.
There was a lot of pretty things on the way, like this.
And I guess this lot
I think I took about 100 photos of various views along the way. Lots of mountains in the distance that don’t show up too well on camera.
We had to climb up the steep hill on the left. We assumed this was the “totally” part of “totally mild”
This is the view from where we camped.
More camping shots
And an artsy shot of the sign marking the site
It was fricking cold, so we all squeezed into one tent for dinner.
And more camping shots. Such a cool place to overnight.
More pretty views.
The last/first bit of the hike was pretty exposed, but the first/last bit was a lovely shelterred valley. And the rain even decided to go away.
Fuck we’re gorgeous.
More blue sky, pretty much the first I’d seen since getting here