Our RIB Boat/Beer Tasting excursion wasn't til later in the day so we wandered the town ourselves in the morning to see some of the sights. We walked through some of the adjoining little towns with the adorable, wee little houses. How interesting to live so removed from everything in a place like that!
We stumbled on this adorable little hut that was a tiny grain mill by the river. We signed our names in their little guest book.
Then we built our own little rock tower by the rushing river. We'll see how tough it is... Maybe it will last there a few days.
Then the afternoon was a fun, zippy RIB boat adventure through some surround fjords where we our broke speed record for the trip and likely some fashion records as well... Check out our sweet water suits.
There were so many beautiful waterfalls and we got right up under a few of them!
Also - so many goats... We saw a little town that had 65 residents and 400 goats.
At the conclusion of the tour we got to sample some local ales from a brewery in town - it has a Viking name and overall look to it's design (but of course it was started by an American who thought Norway didn't have enough variety of beers.)
PS... Not sure what this means but... Heehee.