August 13-27, 1998

My grandmother's apartment complex in Farum north of Copenhagen, Denmark.

My grandmother on her back porch.

The park behind my grandmother's apartment.

Hareskoven (Bunny Forest Park) next to Furesøen Lake.

Genforenings Plads 16 (Reunification Square) is where my Mom was born and lived until age 6 in the apartment with the open window.
My Mom's grandfather, Frede Rasmussen, lived in the attic.

Langelandsvej 44 (Long Land St.) where my Mom lived from age 6 to 20.
It is the apartment with the 2nd enterance from left, on the 2nd floor, on the right side.

Bjarkesvej 13 is where my great-grandmother and great-grandfather lived in the 2nd floor left, yellow bay window.
My grandmother was born and grew up there.

Hostrups Have 8 is where my grandmother and grandfather lived in the apartment with the ground floor window above my Mom and grandmother.

The park in the center of Hostrups Have apartment complex.

Rolighedsvej with main entrance to Hostrups Have and Smørrebrød (sandwich shop) and bakery shop with pretzel sign.

Landbohøjskolens Have (Veterinary School Park) close to Hostrups Have with a weeping willow tree in the middle of a duck pond. 
The park has labeled plants and trees from world-wide.
My Mom travelled through the park on the way to and from college preparatory school.

The main entrance to the Tivoli amusement park with a Carlsberg beer wagon being pulled by Clydesdale horses.

Strøget walking/shopping street with the Nikolaj Kirken (Nicholas Church).

Nyhavn (New Harbor) Copenhagen Harbor canal. The anchor is a memorial for the sailors lost at sea.

Amalienborg Slot (Amalienborg Castle) is the Queen's Palace with The Royal Guard on duty.
The Royal Guard wears a black uniform on normal days and a red uniform on special occasions.

Københavns Havn (Copenhagen's Harbor) with the overnight cruise ship to Oslo, Norway in the background.

Price Waterhouse office in Hellerup, Denmark north of Copenhagen.

The Price Waterhouse office is to the left of the Tuborg brewery building on Tuborg Boulevard.
Tuborg and Carlsberg are the two big brewers in Denmark.  It's not far to grab a beer after work.

Fredriksborg Slot (Fredrick's Castle) in Hillerød with the Baroque garden across the moat.

Erimitagen (Royal Hunting Lodge) in Dyrehaven (The Deer Park) with many deer crossing the trail, including albino deer.

My Mom beside a hollow tree in in Dyrehaven (The Deer Park) with Djævlebakken (Devil's Hill) in the background.
When my Mom was young in school, they would take a yearly winter field trip to Djævlebakken (Devil's Hill) for sledding.

The farm house where we stayed at near the town of Boeslum, near the city of Ebeltoft.
We stayed in the six bedroom loft apartment (red roof) that is normally rented to vacationing Germans during the summer.
The sign "Stranden" means "The Beach".

The road along the pebbled beach.

The view from the balcony of the loft apartment.

The farmer collecting straw after the barley and rye had been harvested.

The view of Ebeltoft across the water from the summit of one of "The Three Mountains" at 2,100 feet.

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