Memories through a village

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Country lane from the coast (a kind of a back door) to a cozy village named Besser.

My inspiration comes from wonderful “Restlessjo” and her “Monday walk” themes.
a visit about a month ago in a village from the time of “the tiny black duckling”

Many things have changed and an equal number haven’t.

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First from this unusually way we will meet the little old water tower.
Here photographed on the way back later.
Now it is used only as a viewing tower

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Those old houses gettin’ older – but still with a lot of style.

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The 300 year old vicarage (4 photos) – splendid maintained
still in use as an official residence for the local vicar.
Now only the buildings – in the past, many danish vicars
they managed large farms alongside their vicar-hood.
Very similar to the way in which the rich landowners did.

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The vicar doesn’t seem at home.

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The village isn’t next to the water, but close to,
the sea is a few kilometers east
the fjord located a few kilometers north
the area to the west is bunded from the fjord.

The area has been inhabited in some extent since the stone age.

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Old guard or protection against the sea, which isn’t always calm like here.

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A left back spring in an old barn, works only if they are clamped at both ends.

14 tanker om “Memories through a village

  1. What a beautiful walk you’ve shared, from your little duckling days 🙂 I bet you were right at home with my company on the towpath this week. The timbered buildings are so elegant and stylish, Drake. What a wonderful place to call home. 🙂

  2. Pingback: Jo’s Monday walk : a surprise, at Estoi | restlessjo

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