A little remembrance of my younger years....
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I had to drive to Gjovik today to get some stuff I needed for my upcoming trip. So I took the opportunity to shoot some pics around the city I more or less grew up in. Didn't get that many pics, since I was running out of time for my physiotherapy appointment, but at least I got a few.
Gjovik is home to Skibladner - the oldest steamboat in the world, and the White swan of Lake Mjosa is now in it's winter home.
CC - the biggest mall between Oslo and Trondheim, where I've spent many a day when I was living up there. I actually had my very first job working at a diner here. I was sweet 16.. lol
The trainstation bring back the memories of travelling between my hometown of Raufoss and Gjovik. Allthough I usually took the buss. But since the busses stops here too, it's good. ;o)
Fastland - the place to sunbathe, swim and just chill in the summertime. OMG.. all the crazy, fun days I spent here when I was like 14 - 16. So much fun we had back then...
Anyway; as breef as it was, it was fun remembering. But I will go back and walk thru the city and get some more pics. The city has of course changed a lot over the years, but the memories of what was is still there. :o))