Norway, day number 3:
Today has been my favorite so far. We went to Olebjorn’s mountain top cabin. It had a beautiful view of the mountain range and valley lake. After that, we drove through mountains so high that it was above the oxygen level for tress to grow and hard for snow to melt. We stopped along the rode to take some pictures, then, we went on a gondola ride to a cafe and ate the burgers and potatoes. I also finally had some Norwegian chocolate! The gondola was located in a small town where an old water treatment plant was used in the war. It was fun trying to locate their hospital and other places hidden away by trees. After that we had to say good-bye to our family and drive for 3 and a half hours to Liev’s family farm. We had an amazing dinner with strawberries! After, we had a tour of there huge farm in the open jeep that was used by American soldiers in World War Two. (Liev collects cars, he has five old cars that all still run!) Erik drove for the first time in the jeep. (Not really, he steered while Lars maned the peddles and stick) It was so much fun.