By the River

På vei gjennom den gamle delen av Åmot i Modum, kom jeg over en liten idyll langs Storelva. Og her er den! Storelva har sitt opprinnelige utløp fra Haglebuvannet øverst i Sigdal, men renner gjennom Soneren og Kråkefjorden under navnet Haglebuelva. Syd for Soneren skifter elven navn til ‘Storelva’.
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Passing through the old part of Aamot in Modum, I became aware of an idyllic spot on the banks of the river: ‘Storelva’, and here it is! This river is originally coming from Lake Haglebu located in the upper part of Sigdal/Eggedal, but on the first leg of its journey it’s named ‘Haglebu River’.  Later – after having passed trough ‘Lake Soneren’ and ‘Kraakefjord’ the name changes to ‘Storelva’.
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(Compliments of SRB)

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2 Responses to By the River

  1. Seenorway says:

    Hi Millie,

    Fish or no fish, I think sitting there would bring your soul at rest, a reaction that would be valid to most of us!

  2. milliethom says:

    Breathtakingly beautiful. I could spend hours along those banks – perhaps many people do just that, especially fishermen.

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