Norway is pretty These are the last of my photos of Norway. We took a cruise to see all the fjords; it is a lovely, lovely place. I recommend going. I’ve forgotten which particular fjord this one is. The huge cruise ship is on the left. This is Geiranger. There’s a big campground there and it was full. I can totally see why. There’s also a small town with all the amenities, including many cafes and a chocolatier. It’s civilized camping. A view down the fjord from a mountaintop. One of the bigger waterfalls. So, so many waterfalls. We walked over to town from the dock. They’ve left up this old cottage with a robust sod/grass roof. The Scandinavians are big on the garden roofs; one of our tour guides pointed out that this is at least partially explained by the fact that the old houses all had sod roofs. It was the best way to keep the rain out. This was inside a church in Olden. Each pew was closed off by a door and had these decorations on the end. I thought they were unique. A park in Molde. It was a lovely place to sit and rest. A mountain stream, possibly back in Geiranger. This was in a town called Norddal. There’s a row of boathouses along the fjord, across the street from the town. People still use them (and the boats) to get around. I liked the blue of the bench against the dark wood. Pretty. The boathouses at Norddal. I like boat in between the boat houses. The (well-maintained) church in Norddal. It’s octagonal. The cathedral tower in Stavanger. Those are hotels along the fjord for all the tourists. There’s a lot of animal husbandry on the western edge of Norway; it’s not flat enough for a lot of farming. But goats? Goats do great. Goats also have to eat during the long snowy winters. During the summer, they let the grass grow. Then they mow and harvest the clippings, saving them in these giant white bags. You see them everywhere in the Norwegian countryside; they’re called troll eggs. That is it for the Norway photos. Next (and last) is Stockholm.