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

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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From Abroad to Local Everyday Adventures (Everyday Adventures in North Jutland, week 1)

It was time to focus more locally than we’d done the past six months.

It was the first week of June and we had just returned home from our first half year abroad in our red VW California Coach ‘Turtle’ from ’92.

More precisely, we had been home in Denmark for 2 weeks and had only just seen the nearest of the family and some few friends.

But now we were already heading towards new adventures, namely ‘everyday adventures in North Jutland’.

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