From two to three on Turtle tour

A lot has happened in our lives since our last post a little over two years ago, when we announced that we had split up.

As some of you know, we’re back together again. And even more.
We also drive around in Turtle again from time to time. And then we got company ….!

1.5 months ago we had an experience that made us consider whether it was time for an update here on; We were spending the night in Turtle on a roadside by the lake “Damhussøen” in Copenhagen, when a friendly woman came and knocked on the door to offer us to fetch water, borrow a toilet, wash clothes, etc. from her. She lived right next to us, and had (naturally enough) wondered who was outside her house – and because the website is written on the car, she had figured out who we were.

Therefore, now we think it’s appropriate to update the page – and you who read along – to our current situation: It is still the two of us, Morten and Mette, who drive around in Turtle – and now also with an extra passenger – namely our son, Sebastian, whom we became parents to 3.5 months ago.

On a trip in Turtle – now with a pram.

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Adventures in the country of childhood (Everyday Adventures in North Jutland, week 3)

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In Husby Hole you can find a memorial stone about the bloody battle in 1441.

It was Sunday evening when we set the direction towards Jammerbugten.
We passed the Aggersund Bridge over the Limfjord, which was a sign that we were almost there and a few minutes later we passed the sign to Jammerbugt Municipality – just 5 km from my childhood home.

I continued a few kilometers further out of the road, turned right at the intersection in Skerping and in Husby I turned left and drove down the dirt road towards Husby Hole. A place I’ve spent many hours as a child when we went on an excursion with the class, but where I’ve hardly been ever since.

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Aalborg Couple Have Returned to North Jutland (Article from

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Morten and Mette have returned to Denmark for a while.

Since June 2017 Mette and Morten have traveled, lived and worked around Europe in their rolling home, the campervan “Turtle”. Now they are home in Aalborg to make presentations about their travels, visit friends and family and to earn money for their next trip. But that doesn’t mean that the adventures are put to standby, because the couple still live in their car, and here in North Jutland the small adventures awaits right outside the door.

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