On Saturday, we had planned to go to Egeskov Slot.
|Read or see more pictures here|
However, when we arrived, we realized that we should have checked the hours first because the gates were locked... As I discovered later, they will not reopen until April so I suppose that this view of the castle will have to do for now. Instead of seeing a castle, we spent the rest of the afternoon driving along narrow roads to Assens to have lunch. We stopped along the way to look at a church...
|Church in Brobyværk|
|As an American, I don't think I will ever tire of seeing buildings that were built in 1200AD|
|Crypt in bottom of church--another thing that is unseen in most of America (or all of America)|
....visit a goose and a pony...
|Ed crossed the street and they crossed the field and came right up to say Hi|
|Either the goose thought he was a pony, or the pony a goose--they were never more than a few feet apart|
|Ed taking the pony's picture|
...and see some boats in the harbor at Assens, a town that used to be home to the ferry crossed between Fyn and Jutland before the bridges were built