At the Rema 1000 getting some juice. Norway is kind of devoid of fresh fruits and veggies, and with no juicer, we've resorted to buying the juice. It's only a bit more expensive than making it ourselves.
There are so many bikes that people leave junked next to the garbage cans, but they usually have a bunch of good parts on them still. We found a junked bike that had two good wheels, a rack, and good brake pads. We are putting together a pair of bikes so we can do a long distance bike trip.
We went to a really cool pub called The Ramp in "the radical" neighborhood or mini-Berkeley of Trondheim. Inside it was really retro 50's style, with wood parquet on the walls, and soft pastels all over, and cool tables and chairs. On the left, Birgitte, and on the right Shou.