From parrots in the north to minigolf in the south (Everyday Adventures in North Jutland, week 8)

The highway on one side of the path and feeding horses on the other side of the path.

Sunday evening in the dark and with a light autumn rain we crossed the border to Rebild Municipality.
The first town we came to was Guldbæk and we found an empty spot on the outskirts of the city, where we parked and went to bed.

In the morning we heard some loud noises from the neighbor. It sounded like parrots – and it also turned out later when Morten talked to the neighbor that it was.

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From wooden ships to tomatoes (Everyday Adventures in North Jutland, week 7)

Here, behind the old school in Testrup, is a nice shelter site with toilet and shower.

It was Sunday night when we arrived at Vesthimmerland Municipality, so the first thing we were looking for was a place to stay.

We checked on our shelter app if there were anywhere in the nearby area with a shelter, cause they are mostly located in areas with beautiful nature and many times there are also toilet facilities attached.

We found a shelter with toilet in Testrup, where it also looked like we could park the Turtle and drove there.

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IS Mariager Fjord Denmarks most beautiful fjord? (Everyday Adventures in North Jutland, week 6)

We enjoyed the silence by Glenstrup Lake without any people in the near.

The first thing we did when we came to the Mariagerfjord Municipality was to drive to Glenstrup Lake and park there. We’d bought a couple of ice creams on offer in Netto and now we wanted to sit by the lake and enjoy an ice cream and a cup of coffee.

Besides a single cyclist who came and talked with us, there were no people at the lake such a Monday in September, so we just enjoyed the silence alone.

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