Today we visited the Rauma Yarn Factory. The Arne and Carlos Knitting Cruise up the ucoast of Norway has been on my calendar since last January. It’s exciting to be here. The weather is chilly gray rain, windy, intermittent sun with wild waves and snow on the Troll Ladder Road so that Road was closed. I’m not feeling too sad we missed eleven hairpin turns without guard rails. For lunch we had Sour Cream Porridge. Raspberry juice and tea.
Brushstroke fingers of clouds. Last evening in Berlin, I was walking to Kiez Eis to pick up special order of a pint of vanilla ice cream to accompany our dessert. My farewell dinner. Here’s what I saw at the end of the street. Like a hand of brushstrokes- clouds in the sky.
Two different street views of the fingers of clouds.
Labels on grocery shelves. Diners. Products. The word American jumps out on occasion.
Never tasted the American Sandwich Sauce nor seen it for sale in the US.
And although the Tupperware display didn’t actually have the word American written on it, itfelt familiar. Who knows where it’s manufactured.
A rainy Sunday afternoon -Museum Island. A bride and groom were being photographed, as I was making my way to see the ancient bust of Nefertiti at the Neues Museum. One of the five museums on Museuminsel- Museum Island.
Sunday afternoon outside the Neues Museum. The Berlin cathedral in a rainy puddle. Fall began in earnest.
At the marketplatz- plastic chicken on top of the truck. No question what’s being sold here. (Apologies Stef, don’t look)
The Green Waterfall in the Wind on the First Day of Fall