Yesterdays photo was taken at Lützhøfts Købmandgård. Here is Reholt, who told he was assistant and the man who also told the others what to do. I tasted a salt herring (se below), but - sorry - didn't buy a beer. At the third photo you see the salt herrings in the shop. One would cost 20 kr. I will be back to buy one some day. I hope you visit this part of Roskilde Museum next time you are in Roskilde!
Salt herrings was earlier eaten morning and midday in many danish homes. It was cheap, I guess.
Yesterday we had Tourisms Day in Denmark. You could play tourist in your own municipality. In the coming days I will show what I saw. Here is John playing at a Hurdy-Gurdy (in danish drejelire). John is manager of a branch of Roskilde Museum called Lützhøfts Købmandsgård.
Very early yesterday I was crossing Storebælt - the sea between Sealand and Fuen. The 16 km. long bridge was shot by Torben from Roskilde with my camera, and here you see the highest point in Denmark, some 50 m higher than the highest "mountain".
The red evening and the wet morning - as seen at the illustration of late nights sky and the same motive now - was the weather here few hours apart.
The temperature is 5 degrees celsius this morning. The winter without snow is still here - called green winter.
Sometimes I leave the municipality of Roskilde for a short holiday. A month ago I had a weekend in Ribe, now I have been a little week at Falster (an island), Marienlyst. The weather was as seen at the photo shot a cold evening. Sometimes the sun was shining, other times the rain was raining. But - the weather is not the problem, the clothing is if not appropriate according to temperature and wind.
I am living between Roskilde and Køge, at the southern border of Roskilde municipality. Some days I go to Roskilde, some others to Køge. I have decided to expand this blog also to show photos from Køge.