27-Jul-2011 -- We were on a tentative confluence point trip along the west coast of Norway, but due to bad planning (no studies in advance) and a lot of rain we spent a few days on the E39 and a few side steps without getting close to any new confluence points. We arrived at Trondheim to visit our daughter who is teaching at the university there, but had not planned that either. She and her husband were very busy so we decided to see the surroundings and went to an old nunnery at Tautra, about 100 km north of the city. The weather improved and we continued north and west of the Trondheim Fjord towards N64E10 which turned out to be at a charming spot in the sea on the west coast of the Fosen peninsula. To get within the 100 m I had to walk out on a tentative jetty (never completed) made by stones covered with slippery seaweeds. A walking stick was a useful support.