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Norway : Sør-Trøndelag

2.0 km (1.2 miles) SSW of Skippervik, Sør-Trøndelag, Norway
Approx. altitude: 0 m (0 ft)
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Antipode: 64°S 170°W

Accuracy: 6 m (19 ft)
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#2: To the north Stokkøya (Log Island) with the local TV mast #3: To the SE the small fjord Paulen (the Pond). The road is visible to the right, after it has climbed from sea-level up to 76 moh. #4: My mobile phone with the position #5: The complete track for my trip, logged by my mobile.

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  64°N 10°E (visit #2)  

#1: To the north-west the small island Lamholmen (Lamb Island). My grandfather used to row some sheep out here each summer for grassing, hence the name.

(visited by Martin H. Hamstad)

11-Sep-2010 -- After seeing a program about confluences on Norwegian telly I realized one was only 1 km from the farm where my mother was born. We now use it as a family holiday place. So on my next visit there I set out to get to the confluence. The exact position is a few meters out on the water, but since we have a boat this was no problem for me. The weather was perfect with absolutely flat water, but getting all zeroes was a bit hard alone in a boat.

After the visit I went fishing, first close to the point where I caught no fish, and later further inside the fjord where I caught several nice cod and some mackerel. As a GPS and tracker I used my Samsung Galaxy S mobile phone.


 All pictures
#1: To the north-west the small island Lamholmen (Lamb Island). My grandfather used to row some sheep out here each summer for grassing, hence the name.
#2: To the north Stokkøya (Log Island) with the local TV mast
#3: To the SE the small fjord Paulen (the Pond). The road is visible to the right, after it has climbed from sea-level up to 76 moh.
#4: My mobile phone with the position
#5: The complete track for my trip, logged by my mobile.
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  Notes
In the Norwegian Sea, just about 20 m from land.