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Calendar Photo for the Month: September 2018

Calendar Photo for the Month: September 2018

  The calendar photo for the month September 2018 is featuring the sunset at the coastline of Flakstadøya near Ramberg. The image belongs to the German Norwegen Kalender, but is also part of the English Lofoten calendar. Flakstadøya is one of the islands of the Lofoten archipelago, which I reached by bike after some weeks of cycling during my Scandinavian adventure. Memories of a beautiful day The day before we had cycled through some heavy clouds to get up to

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Cycling and Sailing in Scotland – Back to Oban

Cycling and Sailing in Scotland – Back to Oban

Saturday, August 26, 2017 The only ride from this tour that I haven’t done yet is from Craignure to Lochbuie. It also happens to be the trip that I am not going to cycle. Not because I won’t be cycling today, but because we have another change of plans for today. Since we had done part of the Craignure – Lochbuie route yesterday, our guides decided not to go to Lochbuie today. Instead, we are now going to cycle from

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Cycling and Sailing in Scotland – Salen

Cycling and Sailing in Scotland – Salen

Friday, August 25, 2017 
 I have been here before back in 2010. Not only was it in parts the same route, but the same weather. A light drizzle is accompanying me on my ride from Craignure to Salen, not enough to get really wet, but enough to not take the camera out as often as I might have otherwise. But I learned from the second day of this ride, that it will be too hot if I wear my

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Calendar Photo of the Month: June 2018

Calendar Photo of the Month: June 2018

  This calendar photo of the Month is from my English Norway Planner, featuring the Kjørsvikbugen in Møre og Romsdal, Norway. I took this photo during my Scandinavian Adventure when Solo and I traveled by ferry from Kristiansund to Trondheim. When I started planning this tour I searched for a way to cycle from Kristiansund to Trondheim, but all I could find were routes either following a major road or dead-end roads. Nothing that could take me all the way

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