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PerO the Viking G- on September 27, 2012

Here you can see the Snøden hill, just right of the stile. :-)

trikermike on September 27, 2012

Under first step, of smaller stile, a wee dug seems tae be watchin' ye!

Amelia Royan on September 28, 2012

I wondered if this was the Snøden stile Per, but for some reason I remembered it as a single stile. My memory must have failed me - but all I say in my defence is 'Fotland Mill'. ;-)

Amelia Royan on September 28, 2012

Aa cannae see ony sma' dug there Bonnie Lad, mebbe ma een are no sae guid as they uised tae be. ;-)

trikermike on September 28, 2012

It's like a wee Shitzu or wee hairy terrier, wi a face just peekin ower yon bottom step on the left hand corner of bottom step on left, looking straight at you wi twa wee eyes and a black nose in amang grey face and black ears hingin doon, can ye no see it?

Aaal gi yer a len o' ma specs!

Amelia Royan on September 28, 2012

Oh aye! I see it noo, but it's jist anither stane; an' if it's no, it must be Per's, cos it's no mine! ;-)

PerO the Viking G- on September 28, 2012

This is clearly the Snøden stiles, Amelia. You can see the path following the fence towards the summit.

My photo from the same area "Ruhagen", shows the Steinkjerringa stiles from the south side and the Snøden stiles in the left background.

I can see two eyes (nail-heads) looking at us from under the left side of the second step of the left stile. It looks like an owl to me.

There is also a larger dog's head and snout partly hidden behind the twin beams in the middle. :-)

trikermike on September 28, 2012

It is with great joy that I am feeling because I did find a wee duggie that you didn't not see, I now am knowing very much that my trolley is happily remainig in correct asimilation to the underneathing of my body. Many thanks for having a second look and discovering the wee beastie, I shall name him 'Rocky@

Amelia Royan on September 28, 2012

I don't know what you two are taking - but can I have some? ;-)

trikermike on September 28, 2012


Amelia Royan on September 29, 2012

What a pity! ;-)

c0l0gne1 on October 1, 2012

Wow, this is a luxury stile for a wall that doesn't look awfully high;-)

Amelia Royan on October 1, 2012

Look on the top Gudrun - there is a post and wire fence above the wall. :)

c0l0gne1 on October 1, 2012

Oh yes, now I see it. They fastened the posts in the rocks!

skida on October 5, 2012

They need the high fences to keep all the dogs in! Wonderful shot, full of interest and also asks questions.


Amelia Royan on October 13, 2012

All the dogs are on leads here Keith - very normal in Norway. Even only a few beaches have free access for the 4 legged friends! The double stile is so useful when the area is busy on high days and holidays. Luckily this was neither! ;-)

Cheers, Amelia

Amelia Royan on October 13, 2012


Norweger sind gut für den Schutz von Minderheiten bekannt. Was würde man erwarten? ;-)

Grüße aus England, Amelia

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  • Uploaded on September 27, 2012
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    by Amelia Royan
    • Taken on 2012/06/06 12:17:42
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