Further West

Det går ganske fort nå. Etter besøket på Fagerheim nærmer vi oss den nye fylkegrensen
mellom de nye fylkene ‘Viken’ og ‘Vestland’. Bare 2-300 meter innenfor grensen til Vestland ligger ‘Halne Fjellstova’  tett inntil riksvei 7 og med vakkert utsyn over ‘Halnefjorden’ som til tross for sitt navn altså er en ganske stor innsjø! 🙂
For å gi dere en ide om hvordan fjelltusen ligger i terrenget, tok vi de første bildene på ganske god avstand!
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Utsyn fra terrassen innover den store innsjøen som bærer navnet ‘Halnefjorden’og som til tross for sitt prangende navn altså er en innlands-sjø på Hardangervidda!

View from the terrace at Halne Mountain Lodge facing the lake named ‘Halnefjord’ which
in spite of its name – is a large inland lake on the ‘Hardanger plains’!
Et blikk på innsiden av cafeteriaen: Åpent, ganske god plass og med store vinduer mot
naturen utenfor. Maten? Vel, jeg spiste ikke varmretter. Det ble med et rundstykke med
skinke og ost( pakket i plastikk) og en kopp kaffe. Jeg skjønner dette med plastikkemballasje, men kanskje ville det vært en ide å fjerne den før den ble overlevert gjester. (Bare et tips!)

A glance at the interior of the cafeteria: Open, clean, roomy, and with large windows where one might enjoy the surrounding nature. The food? Well, I had no time for warm servings.
I settled for a sandwich with ham and cheese, (securely wrapped in plastic) and a cup of coffee! I get the idea regarding the plastic wrapping (saving the sandwich from drying out), but perhaps it would be a good idea to remove the plastic before serving? (Just a tip)

(Compliments of SRB)
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9 Responses to Further West

  1. Dina says:

    Simply beautiful. ❤

    • Seenorway says:

      Thank you! Planning a trip home then? 🙂

      • Dina says:

        Sorry, but that’s too risky at the moment. My mum is in a care home and everything has to be very carefully planned, I’m afraid. The R-number is rising significantly in England at the moment.

        • Seenorway says:

          It was a joke, Dina! Nobody should travel at all these days! Just look at what is happening on the continent when they were opening up again. I understand that they will try, but way too early, I’m afraid. Perhaps in another year? But IU hope you are not sorry that you looked in in me again? You have been away for some time now!

  2. -Eugenia says:

    I would be writing poetry all the time if I was surrounded by those lovely scenes. The cafeteria looks like a nice cozy place.

    • Seenorway says:

      I can understand the ‘poetry’-bit, but to be honest, reading the reviews from guests
      it seems to be a bit so and so? Some are ecstatic, but others not so much so!
      It might come down to whether the cook had a good or a bad day? But – that’s not the healthiest thing for business in the long run?!

      • -Eugenia says:

        Poetry is in the eye of the reader. You either like or you don’t. My poetry reflects how I feel and if it doesn’t have the WOW factor for readers then so be it. 😉

        • Seenorway says:

          I think that is a good way to handle it! Too many people and too many opinions!
          And that is the way it will always be. But – the form of poetry seems to have changed over the years? When I read poetry on a blog it has no resemblance at all with what I read
          50 years ago!

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