Sommer 2020


Sykkeltur:

Slemmestad - Sylling - Vikersund - Hønefoss -

Kistefoss Museet - Hønefoss - Sundvollen - Sylling -

Slemmestad


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Torsdag 27. august 2020

Klare til start på årets
sykkeltur
.
Heldigvis hadde vi ikke så mye
bagasje i år, side vi hadde bestilt
hotellrom for alle tre nettene vi
skulle være borte.

Slemmestad

Første etappe gikk fra Slemmestad via Bøveien til
Heggedal, videre forbi Dikemark, Liertoppen til Sylling.
I Sylling tok vi en lang rast.
Vi sykla bortom kirken før vi kjørte videre mot Vikersund.

 Dikemark_svaner
En liten hvilepause på Dikemark, ved Verkensvannet.

 Sylling
Sylling, med utsikt over Holsfjorden, en arm av Tyrifjorden

 Sylling
Fin rasteplass i Sylling.
Sylling is located on Holsfjorden, the southeastern arm of Tyrifjorden.
Sylling is known for agriculture, particularly the cultivation of fruit.
Local farms have a long history of cultivation of strawberries and vegetables.
The good soil is due to gravel after the Last glacial period including
Sylling-moraine. Its population is about 1700.
(5. september 2020)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sylling
Sylling_kirke
On the 9th April 1940 in the
afternoon a British Short
Sunderland flying boat on a reconnaissance mission was shot
down over Sylling by two German fighters. This happened just hours
after Germany had invaded Norway.
Of the crew of 10, 9 were killed.
Radio operator and gunner Ogwyn 
George survived miraculously a free fall of 3000 feet. The 9 became
the first Brits to miss their lives in the battle of Norway in 1940.
They were later buried here at Sylling church together with an aircraftsm
an
from another downed British aircraft.
(5. september 2020)
https://www.geocaching.com/geocache/GC48V39_in-memory-of-those-who-did-not-return-l2167-2
Sylling kirke ligger helt øverst i Lierdalen,
nær enden av Holsfjorden, på den morenen
som demmer opp for fjorden.
Den avløste en middelaldersteinkirke som
var viet til den hellige Margareta og ble
revet i 1851. Dagens kirke ble oppført på
samme kirketomt og med noe gjenbruk av
stein. Det antas dessuten at en runestein
som var å finne i den gamle kirken, og som
forsvant i 1851 under byggearbeidet, er
blitt innlemmet i muren. Planer for kirken
ble utarbeidet av Chr.H. Malling, og Johan
Henrik Nebelong foreslo visse endringer i
Sylling_kirke
sin konsulentuttalelse, men Malling, som også var byggmester, tok visstnok ikke hensyn til dem. Kirken ble innviet den 18. februar 1852 og feiret dermed 150-årsjubileum i 2002. Kirken har ifølge Kirkesøk 350 plasser. (5. september 2020)
https://www.norske-kirker.net/home/buskerud/sylling-kirke/
Kommunegrense_Lier-Modum
Vi krysser krysser grensa fra Lier
kommune til Modum kommune.

Til høyre: Tyrifjorden:
Tyrifjorden (Lake Tyri) is a lake in Norway. It lies 40 kilometres (25 mi)
northwest of Oslo and is the nation's fifth largest lake with an area of 139 km2.
It has a volume of 13 km3, is 295 meters deep at its deepest, and lies 63 meters above sea level. The lake's primary source is the Begna river, which discharges
into Tyrifjorden at Hønefoss where the river forms the waterfall of Hønefossen.
Its primary outlet is at Vikersund near the lake's southwest corner, where Tyrifjorden discharges into the Drammenselva river. 
(5. september 2020)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tyrifjorden

 Tyrifjorden
Utsikt over Tyrifjorden

 Vikersund
Vi nærmer oss Tyrifjord Hotell
Tyrifjord Hotell er et fullservice hotell
med 64 hotellrom og 196 senger i Vikersund,
som er det geografiske midtpunktet i Viken
fylkeskommune. Hotellet har flott vestvendt
og solrik beliggenhet ved Tyrifjorden med
privat strand og marina - midt mellom
Drammen, Kongsberg og Hønefoss, kun
60 minutter fra Oslo og 20 minutter fra
Hokksund og Hønefoss. Gratis parkering og ladestasjoner til elbiler tilgjengelig. 

(5. september 2020)
https://www.tyrifjord.no/
Tyrifjord_hotell
Etter å ha sykla 7 mil og opp
600 meter fortjener vi en god
middag på hotellet



 Kart
Kart
Ruta vår.
Det er mange bakker på første halvdel av ruta.
Men den delen
av ruta har vi sykla mange ganger, og kjenner
bakkene.


Kartet viser at ruta var 64 km.
Vi har nok gjort noen avstikkere underveis,
for km-tellerne på begge syklene viste 71 km


Fredag 28. august 2020

Første dag av turen hadde vi veldig fint vær.
Da vi sto opp på dag 2, lå tåka nedover åssidene.
Heldigvis letta den etterhvert, og det ble en ny fin dag.

Etappen på dag 2 var ikke så lang.
Vi skulle bare inn til Hønefoss.

Men først var vi innom Vikersund Hoppsenter.

 Tyrifjord_hotell
Stranda til Tyrifjord hotell

 Vikersund
En grå morgen

 Vikersund_Heggen_kirke
Heggen kirke i tåke
Vikersund
Grete har bedre motor
på sykkelen og var først
oppe ved Hoppsenteret.

Vikersund
Karl Martin må slite mer
for å komme opp.

The history of the world’s largest ski-jump in Vikersund started over one
hundred years ago. The Vikersund Ski Club was established in 1894; and
during the first 40 years, the club organized competitions at 6 different ski
slopes. That’s why, in 1935, a committee was chosen to find a suitable
location to build a new ski slope. In 1936, Vikersundbakken was opened.
Kristian Hovde was the first man out; but it was Hilmar Myhra from
Kongsberg who jumped the farthest, with a jump of 85 meters.
Kristian Hovde later became the hill chief for Vikersundbakken and played
an important role in expanding the hill further. This happened in 1955;
but since the changes weren’t enough to jump over 100 meters, Hovde made
a few adjustments the summer of 1956. That was successful; and the
following winter, Arne Hoel became the first jumper over the
100-meter mark with a jump of 100.5 meters.
(5. september 2020)
https://vikersund.no/en/the-vikersund-ski-jumping-center/skijumping-center/the-history-of-vikersund/

 Vikersund_hoppsente
World Record at the World’s Largest Ski-Jump
Before the Trial World Championships in 2011, a new, comprehensive
expansion of Vikersundbakken was done. The hill became a full K195,
and declared the world’s largest ski-jump. During the Trial World
Championships, Johan Remen Evensen flew down to a fantastic, new world
record of 246.5 meters. In 2011, further improvements were made to the
hill before the World Championships in February, 2012. The expectations
before the World Championships were sky high, and were met. With more
than 60,000 spectators and a record-high number of television viewers, it
became the all-time World Championships in ski-flying!
(5. september 2020)
https://vikersund.no/en/the-vikersund-ski-jumping-center/skijumping-center/the-history-of-vikersund/

 Vikersund_hoppsente
Vikersund is a town of 3,148 (in 2016) inhabitants in the municipality
capital of Modum, in the county of Buskerud, Norway.

Historically, Vikersund been important in the pulp and paper industry.
Timber was floated on Tyrifjord past Vikerfossen down the Drammenselva.
Modum municipality has many cultural and sports facilities. In Vikersund this includes the Vikersund Ski-Jumping Center with seven ski slopes, golf courses
and ski hill. Vikersund is perhaps best known for it ski flying hill,
Vikersundbakken. It was first used during the FIS World Cup in February
2011 and regularly hosts World Cup in skiflying. On 18 March 2017
Stefan Kraft set a world record in the ground with 253.5 m,
while Dmitri Vassiliev flew to 254 m, but crashed.
(5. september 2020)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vikersund
February, 2015, the
World Cup will be in Vikersund again. Peter Prevc provided an
historic Saturday in Vikersund. For the first time, a person jumped
250 meters on skis.
The party wasn’t over. Slovenian Peter Prevc
only got to hold the
world record for just under 24 hours. When Anders Fannemel
landed at 251.5 meters
in the first round of Sunday’s World Cup in
ski-flying, the record
was, again, in
Norwegian hands. And
the Vikersund
organizers had to order
a new sign.
(5. september 2020)
https://vikersund.no/en/the-vikersund-ski-jumping-center/skijumping-center/the-history-
of-vikersund/

Vikersund_hoppsente
Tåka letter.
Nå kan vi nesten se hele bakken.
Det var nesten en time til kafeteriaen åpnet,
så vi gikk for å se Heggen kirke.


 Vikersund_Heggen_kirke.
Heggen kirke

Heggen kirke har vært hovedkirke i Modum siden middelalderen.
Kirken ligger like ved
Vikersundbakken, på østsiden av
elven og ca. 4 km fra Vikersund.Opprinnelig var dette en romansk
langkirke i stein fra første halvdel
av 1200-tallet. Den hadde
rektangulært skip og et smalere og
meget kort kor med apsis i øst.
I 1695 ble kirken utvidet med en
tverrarm i nord, og i 1714 søkte
man om å gjøre tilsvarende i sør
fordi kirken var for liten. På grunn
av vanskelige tider drøyde det
imidlertid med gjennomføringen,
og selv etter at ny tillatelse ble gitt
i 1721, drøyde det helt til 1725 før
det lignet en slags korskirke.

Vikersund_Heggen_kirke.
Da var kirken i mellomtiden solgt
på auksjon til cancellieraad Schwartz.


I menighetens eie kom den i 1828,
og den var da i svært dårlig stand.
Koret ble utvidet og tårnet (takrytteren) gjenoppbygget i 1832 under
byggmester Dideke (tegninger og
utførelse).
(5. september 2020)
https://www.norske-kirker.net/home/buskerud/heggen-kirke/

 Vikersund_Heggen_kirke.
Vikersund fra hoppsenteret.

 Vikersund_hoppsenter
Tåka har letta.
Vikersund_hoppsenter
Vikersundbakken uten tåke
Etter å ha fått en kaffe og en is,
begynte vi på sykkelturen til Hønefoss.
Den første delen av turen gikk på rolig
landevei, men etter en stund måtte vi
ut på E 35.
Der var det litt for mye trafikk etter vår
smak, men det gikk da bra.


Til høyre. Jahrentoppen 95 moh.

 Jahrentoppen_95_moh
Kart
Vi tok en rast ved
Hollerud Camping.
Campingen var stengt,
men vi fant et sted vi
kunne sette oss ned og spise matpakka,

Kart
Tekst tekst
Mye opp og mye ned, men det var en kort ettappe, så det gikk greit.

Innsjekking på Scandic i Hønefoss og middag på Salt og Pepper.

Scandic Hønefoss ligger midt i sentrum av Hønefoss.
Hotellet ligger 60 minutter fra Gardermoen og har
gode forbindelser med flybuss.
Fra Oslo tar det 50 minutter med bil.

Lørdag 29. august 2020

Vi skulle møte Geir og Annette (sønn og svigerdatter) på Kistefoss Museet.
Vi sykla dit fra Hønefoss.
Ikke langt, men veldig tungt
fra Hønefoss til Kistefoss.
Tilbake gikk det mye lettere.


«Oppgangssaga»
er en større skulptur
gjort av skulptøren Knut Steen.

Den ble gitt i gave fra Hønefoss
Sparebank
til Ringerike kommune i
Honefossen
forbindelse med bankens 100-årsjubileum i 1976. Skulpturen ble
opprinnelig plassert i bybruas sørende, men fordi den har rennende
vann skapte den problemer for trafikken. Mange mente dessuten at den
heller skulle vært plassert ut i fossen, og dit ble den omsider flyttet i 1987.
(5. september 2020)
https://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/H%C3%B8nefossen
Honefossen
Honefossen
Hønefossen ca 1938-1940.


Hønefossen
located right in the center of Hønefoss and is a magnificent sight
when the river floods Begna spring. The lake´s primary source is the Begna
river, which discharges into Tyrifjorden at Hønefoss where the river forms the Hønefossen waterfall. Just up the waterfall is Northern park as a "green oasis"
in the summer months, how many choose to take their photographs from when
the waterfall roars
. (5. september 2020)
http://www.gonorway.com/norway/articles/4948

 Honefossen
Hønefossen

Identity by Giuseppe Penone


With its roots raised more than 12
metres up in the air, overlooking the
river and the forest, the two-tree
sculpture was commissioned on
occasion of the opening of the new
museum building, The Twist.
Set on a mound near the museum, the
work is unmistakably identifiable as by
the Italian artist, yet it also represents
a slight twist in his Oeuvre, as one tree
dramatically carries the other, head
down and roots in the air. A gentle nod
to the architecture of the building,
while also being made in direct
response to the Kistefos.
(6. september 2020)
https://www.kistefosmuseum.com/sculpture/
6-nye-verk-til-skulpturparken
Kistefoss_Identity


 Kistefoss_the_Twist
The Twist

 Kistefoss_the_Twist
The Twist

 Kistefoss_the_Twist
Fra The Twist
Kistefoss_the_Twist
Kistefoss_the_Twist
Fra The Twist
A "must-see" cultural destination
The Twist is a gallery, a bridge, and a sculpture, all in one. The 1000 square
meter building twists into a sculptural form and spans 60 meters across the
Randselva river. The building was designed by the Danish star architects
BIG - Bjarke Ingels Group and is named as a "must-see" cultural destination
by the New York Times, Bloomberg and The Telegraph, among others.
(6. september 2020)
https://www.kistefosmuseum.com/art/the-twist-gallery
Kistefoss_the_Twist_Point_of_View
Point of View outside
the Twist

Point of View - Part 1 and Part 2 by
Elmgreen & Dragset

Two new works by the artist duo Elmgreen
& Dragset
 were commissioned for the
opening of The Twist - Point of View, Part 1 and Point of View, Part 2. Both sculptures depict a solitary male figure in white and
silver respectively, looking into a world he
is not part of. The white man is located at
the entrance to the park, leaning towards a
free-standing fragment of a wall, peeking
inside the park through a hole in the wall. Having walked through the Twist,
descending to the floor below the exhibition galleries, a mirage of the same male figure,
this time in silver, appears through the
window. The opposition between inside
and outside is even more apparent with the
glass dividing the audience looking out, and
the figure looking in. 
(6. september 2020)
https://www.kistefosmuseum.com/sculpture/
6-nye-verk-til-skulpturparken

Kistefoss




Til høyre: The Ball by Ilya Kabakov can
be perceived as a reflection of the
human urge to explore, to create, to
conquer, and to reach the top.
The sculpture was unveiled in 2017.

(6. september 2020)
https://www.kistefosmuseum.com/
sculpture/the-sculpture-park

Kistefoss_the_Ball
The Ball by Ilya Kabakov


 Kistefoss_Veien_til_Stillhet
Kistefoss_Veien_til_Stillhet
Kistefoss_Veien_til_Stillhet
Karl Martin fotograferer.
Path of Silence by Jeppe Hein is a favorite of many - including the children,
who use it as a fountain in it in the summer. 
(6. september 2020)
https://www.kistefosmuseum.com/sculpture/the-sculpture-park

 Kistefoss_Veien_til_Stillhet

 Kistefoss_Veien_til_Stillhet

 Kistefoss_Veien_til_Stillhet

 Kistefoss_Veien_til_Stillhet
Kistefoss_Veien_til_Stillhet
Kistefoss_Veien_til_Stillhet
The water and energy from the power station at Kistefos was a major source
of inspiration and the starting point for the sculpture. It is the energy Hein
himself experienced in the encounter with Kistefos that he wants to convey to
the audience. While the project was still in the melting pot, Hein conducted a pilgrimage on the St. Olav’s routes between Oslo and Trondheim.
Hein’s meeting with the nature and serenity of the journey represents a
turning point in his practice. Silence has long been an important part of
Hein’s artistic practice. However, the importance and understanding of
silence were given a renewed and stronger prominence on this journey.
(6. september 2020)
https://www.kistefosmuseum.com/sculptur/path-of-silence

 Kistefoss_Veien_til_Stillhet
Kistefoss_Octopusm
Octopus is a sculptural representation
of Octopussy, a recurring figure in
Melgaard’s imagery. During the
exhibition “More Pricks than Kicks” at
the Astrup Fearnley Museum in 1998,
the sculpture was part of a larger
installation that consisted of drawings,
sketches, photographs, clippings from
magazines, bronze sculptures and
textiles.
Octopus was centrally located on the
floor with its tentacles spread out so
that the audience was drawn into
 the sculpture’s and the artist’s sphere.

(6. september 2020)Ocmuseum.com/sculptur/octopu
https://www.kistefosmuseum.com/sculptur/
octopusm
looks as if it has risen directly from the river Randselva. Photo: Frederic Boudin
Kistefoss_Kusama_Shine_of_Life
Yayoi Kusama was the main
sculptor in 2019.
Her work Shine of Life was
officially unveiled at the
opening of the park in May
2019.
Rising from the water inlet of
the mill, this work’s swirling tentacles are a monumental example of Kusama’s
obsession with pattern
and color. 
(6. september 2020)
https://www.kistefosmuseum.com/
sculpture

Kistefos-EA-Fredrik-Raddum-Catastrophic
Usually, signs are generic. But for me, certain signs
tell personal stories. For example, Catastrophic
road Signs, Sun: I used to imagine whole families meeting their end. This was in my childhood when
we drove around on our vacation for sightseeing,
tours, and visits. To sum up, this sign is somewhat
of a genuine narrative and comes from these trips.
This is a service sign and not a danger sign. Thus, it
is transformed. I’ve also added a sun to indicate
that it is summer and the family inside the car is on vacation.  Fredrik Raddum 
(6. septembe2020)
https://www.kistefosmuseum.com/sculptur/catastrophic-road-signs-sun

Kistefoss_brua.

 
Kistefoss_Viewing-Machine

Kistefoss_Viewing-Machine
Viewing Machine is made of stainless steel and is a stunning kaleidoscope
that visitors may use. A kaleidoscope is an optical device that allows you
to see mirror images of mirror images with continually new patterns
appearing as you twist it so that it catches new mirror images of the
surroundings. Artist: Olafur Eliasson

(6. september 2020)
https://www.kistefosmuseum.com/sculptur/viewing-machine
Kistefoss_Viewing-Machine
2008
Moving the Viewing Machine around,
 you will get an all-new experience of
the natural surroundings at Kistefos.
Like several other sculptures in the sculpture park, this installation stimulates the viewer – it’s a sculpture that you can be a part of, touch, and experience, rather than just looking at
it. In fact, you hardly look at this sculpture at all, you use it to see your surroundings in a new way.

(6. september 2020)
https://www.kistefosmuseum.com/sculptur/
viewing-machine
Kistefoss_tegnstifter_2011
2011
'Tumbling Tacks' by Oldenburg
and van Bruggen
is heavily inspired
by the site’s industrial history, with
paper as a common denominator for
both tacks and the wood pulp that
was once manufactured at
Kistefos Træsliberi AS.

(6. september 2020)
https://www.kistefosmuseum.
com/sculpture/the-sculpture-park



 Kistefoss_eye_2011
2011

All of Nature Flows Through Us by Marc Quinn is a true copy of Christen
Sveeas' iris. By leading the river through the eye, the artist emphasizes the
direct connection between man and nature and encourages us to take
responsibility for nature and our surroundings.
(6. september 2020)
https://www.kistefosmuseum.com/sculpture/the-sculpture-park

 Kistefoss_speil_2011
2011  S-Curve
At first, the sculpture appears to not be present as something material, it is visible
only by virtue of reflecting light and the landscape around it. The mirror surface twists and turns the reflections of shrubs and trees, it enlarges and decreases and challenges our perception of ambient perspectives. Kapoor’s artwork is thus
primarily an image, but also a sculptural and an architectural form. Above all, however, it is an experience that is constantly changing in harmony with the
nature that surrounds it.
(6. september 2020)
https://www.kistefosmuseum.com/sculptur/s-curve
Kistefoss_tykk_dame_2008
2008
'Female Torso' is
unmistakably
recognizable as a
Fernando Botero
artwork.

(6. september 2020)
https://www.kistefosmuseum.
com/sculpture/the-sculpture-park
Kistefoss_vann_2011
2011
'Energy-Matter-Space-Time'
by
Petroc Sesti was unveiled
in 2006.
Raw organic power, especially
related to water as a natural
resource, is at the very core of
both the wood pulp mill and
Petroc Sesti’s sculpture.
(6. september 2020)
https://www.kistefosmuseum.
com/sculpture/the-sculpture-park

Det er mye å se på, men det ble tid til en kaffe og vaffel også.

 Kistefoss_Flowers_in_the_Attic
Flowers in the Attic
Gjennom sitt kunstneriske samarbeid utforsker Djurberg og Berg menneskets skyggesider, psyke og moral. Ved hjelp av skulpturer, animasjoner, lyd og gåtefulle installasjoner, konstruerer kunstnerne en verden med emosjonelle spenninger, konflikt, makt, lyst og fantasi. Verkens ofte makabre essens, kombineres med svart humor og en absurd tilnærming.
(6. september 2020)
https://www.kistefosmuseum.com/exhibitions/flowers-in-the-attic

 Kart
Kart
tekst tekst

Turen tilbake til Hønefoss gikk mye lettere enn turen opp til Kistefoss.

Etter litt avslapping på rommet gikk vi ut for å spise middag.

Det var lørdagskveld og fullt på de fleste restauranter,
men på Salt og Pepper fikk vi et bord.
Søndag
30. august 2020


Dagen for siste etappe av miniferien vår.

Første stopp var ved Nordehov kirke og Norderhov Museum.
Norderhov_kirke
Norderhov kirke er en korskirke fra 1170 som ligger på Norderhov i Ringerike kommune i Viken. Frem til en ombygging i 1881
hadde kirken vesttårn, skip, kor og apside bevart, men kor og apside ble da
revet. Den fikk da også korsarmer. Av middelalderkirken er tårnet, deler av
skipet, tårnets vestportal og skipets vest og sørportal bevart.


Norderhov_kirke
Norderhov_kirke
Kirken ble opprinnelig bygget som langkirke av lokal naturstein i ca. 1170,
men det var lenge vanlig å datere den til siste halvdel av 1100-tallet.
Kirken, som i dag fremstår som korskirke, står på Norderhov, like sør for
Hønefoss, langs europavei 16 og nærmest midt i Norges største frukthage
(eplehage), som ligger i Ringerike kommune i Buskerud. Kirken er blant
annet kjent for sin nære tilknytning til prestefruen Anna Colbjørnsdatter og svenskeslaget på Norderhov i 1716.
(6. september 2020)
https://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norderhov_kirke

Ringerike Museum
 Norderhov_museum_klokke
Kirkeklokke fra slutten av 1300-tallet, som tidligere hang i Norderhov kirke.


Ringerikes Museum
was founded in 1923. It acquired and moved into the

enormous timber building Norderhov vicarage around 1960.
The house dates back to 1635, and until 1960 it was the residence of the
vicar of Norderhov church, Anna Colbjørnsdatter 
Norderhov_museum_Askeladden
Norderhov_museum_Askeladden

Ashlad (Norwegian "Askeladden", full name "Esben
Askelad" or "Espen Askeladd") is a main character in
a number of tales collected in Asbjørnsen and Moe's
Norwegian Folktales.
The character starts out being regarded as an incapable underachiever, but eventually proves himself by
overcoming some prodigious deed, succeeding where all
others have failed.
The character's name appeared as Boots in Dasent's 19th century English translations.
(6. september 2020)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Askeladden
The museum tells the dramatic story of how the courageous wife of the vicar,
Anna Colbjørnsdatter, tricked several hundred Swedish soldiers in the battle of Norderhov in 1716.A large number of Swedish soldiers were killed.
Bullet holes in the walls and weapons in the room bear witness to the terrible
event. The dried up body of Anna is still in the crypt of Norderhov church.
Jørgen Moe It was here, in Norderhov’s old vicarage, that the fairytale authors
Jørgen Moe and Peter Christen Asbjørnsen met for the first time, when they
were just 13–14 years old. This is where they laid the foundations for a life-long friendship that awakened their interest in collecting Norwegian fairytales. The museum has hundreds of objects from their lives. 
(6. september 2020)
http://www.ringerikes.museum.no/english/

 Kroksund_bru_Sundvollen
Kroksund bru, gang og sykkelveien.


 Kroksund_bru_Sundvollen
Steinsfjorden (sett fra Kroksund bru) er cirka 13,9 km² i utbredelse og forbundet med Tyrifjorden via Kroksund (E16 passerer over sundet via Kroksund bru og veifyllinger på hver side). Fjorden har en gjennomsnittlig dybde på ca. 10,2 meter og
maksdybde på ca. 24 m. 
(6. september 2020)
https://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steinsfjorden_(Buskerud)
Kroksund bru er ei to-felts veibru langs Europavei 16 som løper mellom Sundøya og Slettøya, to småøyer som ligger i Kroksundet mellom Tyrifjorden og Steinsfjorden i Hole kommune, Buskerud.
Den første brua over Kroksundet sto ferdig i 1807 og må sees i sammenheng
med byggingen av den bergenske kongevei mellom Lommedalen og Sundvollen over Krokskogen.
Peder Anker ville legge den bergenske hovedvei over Ringerike og sørget for å anlegge broen. Den ble åpnet fram til Sundvollen i 1805, der det var sundsted. Arbeidene med å bygge ei bru ble startet av militære mannskaper alt i 1806,
men de rakk bare å få østre fylling mellom Sundvollen og Sundøya ferdig,
før krigen med Sverige satte en stopper for det videre arbeidet.

Den første brua var ei flytebru gjort av tømmer, med en lem midt på som kunne
løftes slik at båttrafikken kunne passere sundet. Utpå 1850-tallet ble det gjort ei
ny steinbru der, og denne står fortsatt, i det den utgjør fundament for dagens
to-feltsbru.
Den gamle steinbrua, som hadde sterkt hvelvet veibane, er nå gang- og sykkelbru
og synes lett fra vannsidene. Det lengste spennet på den gamle steinbroen ble
sprengt 12. april 1940 for å hindre tysk fremrykning.
I dag er det fyllinger mellom Sundvollen og Sundøya og mellom Slettøya og
Kroksund slik at det kun er bru mellom de to øyene. Midt u
nder brua er det
passasje for båttrafikken gjennom en større åpning i den gamle steinbrua.
(6. september 2020)
https://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kroksund_bru
Sundvollen
Samuel Lind
Utøya is an island in the Tyrifjorden lake in Hole municipality, in the county of Viken, Norway. The island is 10.6 hectares (26 acres), situated 500 metres (1,600 ft) off the shore, by the E16 road, about 20 km (12 mi) driving distance
south of Hønefoss, and 38 km (24 mi) northwest of Oslo city centre.
Utøya is owned by the Workers' Youth League (AUF), a youth group associated
with the Labour Party, which holds an annual summer camp there.

On 22 July 2011, a mass shooting took place at the AUF's summer youth camp, where 650 young people were staying. Anders Behring Breivik arrived alone
on Utøya dressed as a police officer and told those on the island that he was
there for security reasons following the explosions in Oslo which took place
a few hours before.


 Rast_ved_Utoya
En rast ved Ytøya bussholdeplass.


He then began shooting at individuals, continuing until
the police arrived one hour after the first alarm call. The suspect immediately surrendered. Combined, the attacks in Oslo and Utøya left 77 dead, with
69 killed on the island, 33 of whom were under the age of 18.
(6. september 2020)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ut%C3%B8ya

 Rast_ved_Utoya
Utøya

 Mot_Sylling
Holsfjorden mot Sylling
Sundvollen-Sylling_Holsfjorden
Grete på vei mot Sylling
Sylling_benken
En rast ved benken "vår" i Sylling.

Kart

Kart
Fra Sylling sykla vi nesten
samme rute som på den
første dagen.

Totalt ca 21 mil
og ca 2100 høydemeter.

Vi var heldige med været.
Mye sol, men også noen mørke,
truende skyer.
Men vi fikk ikke en regndråpe
på hele turen.

Ingen uhell.

 
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