At Solvang as most other places, we need money to manage the common activities. Arranging an annual Flee Market is a tool for this together with the possibility of swapping things in your cottage with something from others. This year we delivered our "old" living room table and a person got it after bargaining for 150 nok. The table was in excellent condition, pre second world war (ab 70 years) and we think he got a good buy. We ended up with a book and four interesting glasses for 40nok.Children´s corner managed by children themselves.
Tents covering most of the merchandises and buyers looking for excellent (?) articles.
In the middle of the marketing process we got visitors.
Above our heads two F16 planes from the Air Force interrupted the bargaining with very noisy attitude, and left after seconds. I believe they had no chance to stop and buy anything.
Back in the garden (60 meters away) we got another visitor.
Charlie (a girl in origin) wanted to sit in the apple tree and say hello and "Ha de" (good bye) to those walking by the cottage. She is 13 years now and one of the most important sounds up here. Children love to stop and talk to him/her.
This was today News in Brief from Solvang 4. At 10am the temp is 23 deg C, no wind, no clouds and we expect it to be a hot, very hot day.