Hjerkinn – Eysteinskirken

Da vi nådde Eysteinskirken i Folldal, så hadde vi avtalet med værgudene at det for anledningen skulle være solskinn, men – man kan ikke stole på noen i disse dager!
Sol ble det ynkelig lite av, men nok lys til et par bilder fikk vi jo til. Her et bilde av selve kirken. Det er ingen spesielt gammel kirke, bygget så seint som i 1969 i såkalt ‘vifteform’og med utsikt over  Folldal og Grimsdalen
When we arrived at the Eysteins Church at Hjerkinn , we thought we had an understanding with the weather Gods that they would supply sufficient sunshing to produce a best possible photo report from this church, but – there were practically no sunshine at all. But we did get you a couple of pictures – at least!
This is, however, not a particular old church, built as late as 1969 0verlooking the magificent mountain areas of ‘Folldal’ and ‘Grimsdalen’.
Vi skulle ønske at dere hadde fått anledning til å se denne naturen i solskinn,  men da ser det ut til at det må bli snakk om ‘personlig fremmøte’ – med telt!

We wish that you’d be able to se this marvellous nature in sunshine, but it seems that this would entail personal appearance – including a tent!
(Compliments of SRB)

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