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9th-Feb-2007 22:24
Pirate Kriatyrr & Odessa

As a side effect of winter/depression, I don't get out much, so now my pain caused by lack of exercising is back.

Too much SMAC:SMAC, too much chocolate, no exercise.. These past few days have been fun, but ultimately useless. No progress, and a regression as far as my health is concerned.

Have been able to watch a few episodes of anime during breaks in gaming. Had ramen (yellow.noodle, chicken, broccoli - yes, weird combo, but chicken was the only non-frozen meat I had, and broccoli the only vegetable) for dinner again. Tomorrow I am taking my mom to the gallery so she can see the exhibit - Saturday and Sunday are the last two days, and she has church on Sundays.

Oh yeah.. Oslo area people: Rådhusgalleriet has an exhibit of art inspired by Finnmark. My boss recommended I check it out, so I went after group therapy on Wednesday. It was nice, and it's free. Worth checking out if you are in town.

I miss Brosvika. It's been a while since I went there outside of summer vacation. I'm toying with the idea of going for winter vacation, but it's not cheap to travel, and I'd have to go without Odessa since the buses don't take pets anymore.
9th-Feb-2007 22:09 (UTC)
Have you taken a look at:
These offer cheaper buss fare, (49,- to 399,-, depending on available capacity - first five seats are sold at the cheap fare) and they'll softer on pets than that other bus company. But there are some heavy buts - so read their policy on pets before you order any tickets, and know how you're going to get from Bergen to Brosvika. And you'll have to wait till late mars, and fit your travel schedule to their availability to get the cheap tickets.

The best pet policy seems to be NSB, even with their - pets travel for free, but you need to order your tickets on the phone, and our surcharge on that is 50,- if you want a cheap ticket.

Do the fast boat from Bergen to across the fjord carry pets?
10th-Feb-2007 08:38 (UTC)
I've seen a cat in a travel cage on Hurtigbåten before, but that was years ago; I don't know if their policy has changed. The trouble with taking the train to Bergen is that the rest of the way most likely involves a bus ride where pets aren't allowed.

Odessa would just hide out in the attic and only come out to eat and use the litterbox anyway, it wouldn't give me any joy to have her with me other than knowing she is safe. I might as well leave her behind with a large supply of food and water, with a few scheduled visits by family to make sure she's not running out.
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