Wanna be dirty’n free

Piglets on both the dirty path and the green path.

Cee and her worth visting Odd Ball 2017 challenge as the inspiring push

In the middle of the history

Dragsholm Castle is one of the oldest functioning secular buildings in Denmark.
With plenty of historical glimpses deposited in the walls, already mentioned in 1313.
Bishop-castle, royal castle, state prison – now famous restaurant with accommodation.
Most prominent prisoner is the scottish earl James Hepburn, who sat in the basement.
A young noble woman was walled alive in a wall all because she loved the wrong one.
These two appear like ghosts at the castle to this day yet.
Want to meet the Earl, the White Lady, the Grey Lady and some more, stay up at night.

A walk inspired from wonderful “Restlessjo” and her “Monday walk” themes.

The castle mirrored in one of the small castle ponds.

An other pond and the old building for the inside staff of the castle.

Perhaps those two old trees remember, in the past ships sailed right to the castle.

Amazing spice herb garden, under the responsibility of the chef.

 Old old tree half dead and half very much alive.

Seaside mood up close

A pole with markings on, they shows historical water heights at storm floods.

Another day in the danish waterway Limfjorden, “lim” is related to the english word “lime”.

The waterway Limfjorden has inlets both from the North Sea from the west
and Kattegat from the east and hence separates the island of North Jutlandic
from the rest of the peninsula of Jutland – isn’t a fjord in the english geological sense.
In danish, as in norwegian, the term “fjord” can refer to a wide range of waterways.

The lime layer contains many fossils, as sea urchins, octopuses, etc.
Many collectors spend a lot of time here expanding their collections.

A street in the smallere town Logstor,  In worse case this street can be under water.

Traffic jam under two of the bridges.