Rain rain go away, don’t come out the rest of this trip. Gorgeous sunny morning that clouded up, rained when we were leaving Copenhagen and rained most of the way to Roskilde, our destination for tonight. The clouds cleared and we enjoyed a beautiful sunny afternoon. A good thing. We needed the sun to dry our shoes.
I am trying to add pictures to this post but struggling to succeed. If the blog seems disjointed, it’s because I have been told to add pictures.
This was a sample of the gravel roads we were on from Ystad to Malmö on Sunday afternoon. Fortunately no cars were encountered on this one.
Brian and I in Helsingor with Hamlet’s castle in the background. Yes, Hamlet from Shakespeare. That Hamlet.
The literal interpretation of this sign is: “This is where we are building fiber for the future.” Bygger is building. Fiber is fiber. For is for. Framtident is future. Looks like “from today”. See what I mean.
That’s enough for tonight. I’ll get better at inserting pictures into my blog since Mark isn’t with us and Brian has no phone to take pictures. A casualty of the rain soaking on Sunday. He hasn’t blogged yet because he is so out of sorts not having a phone. Major bummer!!!!!
Framtiden is actually “the future” with the definite article affixed as “-en”. Very literally, it reads “Here build we fiber for the future” or “This is where we are building fiber (optic cable) for the future.” You’re getting the hang of it. 🙂
Great pictures, Tim. Now I am really jealous I am not there with you guys but I really like reading about your adventures.
Great Job, Your learning, looks like you figured out how to go back in and rotate the pictures. Now add some to instagram and put your brothers ride heading thing so people can follow along