Short Study Tour Recap

In a word, my short study tour was cheesy.  Literally.  We visited both an organic dairy and a cave where cheese is stored and had numerous samples at both locations.

Thursday morning at 6:20am, my core class, European Sustainable Development, left Copenhagen on a bus headed to Western Denmark.  The overall experience was amazing and exhausting.  I think it’s easiest to explain the rest of the adventure through pictures:

Early morning hike to see the pre-viking burial mounds with my professor.Image

Joanna and I wearing hairnets on a tour of Thise Organic Dairy.Image

A wonderful wine and “cave cheese” tasting in a cave.  Image

A view of the fjord and the bed & breakfast we stayed in our first night in Western Denmark.Image

The Danish flag flying over the bed & breakfast as the sun rises.Image

Organic cheese samples at Thise Organic DairyImage

“Hurricane Party,” a piece of art from our visit to ARoS museum in AarhusImage

Walking out to the Wave Star machine at the Danish Wave Energy CenterImage

“Boy,” at ARoS museum
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more ARoS art
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My classmates hauling willow trees at an Eco Village we toured and volunteered at near Aarhus.Image

Cows behind the bed & breakfast
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Learning about solar power at the Nordic Folkecenter for Renewable EnergyImage

The Rainbow sculpture atop ARoS856572_4432521214555_306359952_o

Classmates and I in the Rainbow843061_4432522934598_2024941935_o

Windmills are abundant in Western Denmark.

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