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Thread: Reflections on Scratching the itch - Nordkapp 2013

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    I also missed this first time around, so a much belated thanks

    I went there by car in 2002 when you could still get a ferry to Norway from the UK. Your pics brought many memories back.
    I remember that door to door the mileage came in at 2999.5!

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    Not sure how I managed to miss this ride report but many thanks for an excellent report and some great photos...... heading that way in September and have pretty much sorted my route out, but I've now added the Silkeborg museum as a stop on the way back!

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    Really really enjoyed all this.

    Thank you for posting it...

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    Superb report Walrus, I was riveted from start to finish. I'm sure by all the positive comments that you have inspired many on here, as well as myself to get organised and start planning a trip. If they haven't one planned already?

    I for one can't wait for your Morocco blog ��

    Thank you, Martin

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    Really enjoyed that report. Hope I get the chance to right one as well.

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    I've really enjoyed your thread and am planning to go next year and have ended trying to place the route numbers on the SW Norway part of your trip. In post 41 you mention the best road yet down to lysefjord is this route 13 you followed?

    thanks

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    Nice photos and good write up.

    Sorry to have to say this though...it looks a bloody boring ride.
    Herr Smogbob's Number One

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    Great write up and pictures. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tricky View Post
    Missed this back in 2013.

    Fantastic RR.

    + 1 cracking stuff..
    Perfekt ist nicht gut genug.

    UKGSER-A place where I've wasted so much time, learned so much, laughed a lot and cried a few times.

    Every bed of roses has pricks in it!

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