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Jul 5, 2014 - More Sand Dunes, Botanical Gardens and and interesting sea port

Our first stop of the day was the Råbjerg Mile a migrating coastal dune. It is the largest moving dune in Northern Europe covering an area of around 1 km² (0.4 mi²) and a height of 40 m (130 ft) above sea level. The wind moves the dunes between 15 to 18 metres a year. The dunes leave a low, moist layer of sand behind it trailing back towards the Skagerrak where the Mile was formed more than 300 years ago. While the majority of dunes around the mile were stabilised by planting, the Råbjerg Mile was left to allow future generations to...

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Aug 21, 2009 - Frederikshavn

I'm on the ferry, heading to Gothenburg. I just finished a smorgasbord lunch after stocking up on Swdish chocolate in the duty free shop, so I'm a happy camper. I was able to get a lot of my editing done and now I can just sit back and relax. I'm pretty sure that I'm the only American on-board. In fact, the ship is pretty deserted. One of the things I've really liked about traveling in Denmark is that I blend-in and don't stick out as an American tourist. Everywhere I go, people just start speaking to me in Danish. One girl in a shop even...

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Baltic Europe 2009

Sep 8, 2007 - Driving through Denmark

Driving from mid Denmark just north of Legoland to departure city of Fredrickhaven. Found ourselves on very rural roads along side the eastern baltic coast of Denmark. Took on short ferry, getting used to ferries now, toured alot of tiny towns along route. Arrived at camp and cleaned out car and repacked for the jouney home. Love to all having a great time still! Pat and Ben

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