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Cherrys and Tunnels


To this day, I cannot get over the underground tunnel road system! It BLEW my mind. The whole time I was thinking “there is no way this is real, we are definitely in Moria, the dwarven kingdom of Middle Earth” (shout out to my fellow nerds). These tunnels are so big they have roundabouts and traffic whizzing by! I’ve never seen anything like it. Ah okay, talking about the road system of Norway is not why we are here; back to the good stuff. Day two was just as lovely. The sun was out, the temperature comfortable, breakfast and coffee were unlimited. It was a good start to the day. Our included excursion today was taking a bus tour around the small town of Ulvik; know for its cherry production. If you stood in one spot and did a 360 turn, you could see acres and acres of cherry trees lining the hillside. We began our morning heading up to the first environmental school founded in Norway. Although no longer in operation there was still a lovely caretaker living there with his sheep, apple trees and a small museum. The rest of our day was spent on a bus doing a larger loop through the mountains and over the mountains. The homes are all done in traditional style; shale roofs, red paint, narrow streets, it feels like you stepped back in time. It is a very quiet way of life in a beautiful place at the end of the Hardanger Fjord. 
cherry trees in Ulvik
cherry trees in Ulvik (Tilly Cantor)

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