The clouds are drifting fast across the sky making shadows upon the earth, an old windmill on the thill still stands there year after year when we pass by.
|Agri village and church|
And here is the idyllic village I simply love with a church and a village pond and some fine houses and farms around the pond. A ghost story is connected to this church. Many have experienced this. A Norwegian family, parents and two teenage girls visited Denmark and came to Agri church on their way to the town Ebeltoft. They had enjoyed their tour in a lovely weather and took a break, drove up to the parking place at Agri church, went out to get some fresh air before driving on to Ebeltoft. It was ten in the evening and it was growing a little darker. They saw two figures emerge at the church, dressed in long dark robes, like monks, they talked and then disappeared around the corner of the tower. Another person came walking from the other side of the church, and when he passed the tower, the two figures jumped out and attacked him. The family watched paralysed, while he was beaten with heavy sticks - and while he lay on the ground, the two dark attackers bent over him and removed something from his clothes. The family discovered that the attack had taken place without a sound - in spite of the quiet evening and in spite of that they stood less than 100 meter from the dramatic scenery. They saw that the two attackers left their victim and almost melted together with the darkness on the other side of the church. The family finally came out of their paralysis - and they all run up to the victim on the ground. There was no trace of anything at all - no victim, no blood, nothing. "We just run to the car an drove all we could to our hotel in Ebeltoft", the mother told. "we almost did not talk about it, and the next days we kept a nervous eye on newspapers and TV-news, but we never saw or heard anything about a robbery at Agri church. We don't like to talk about it. I think we are all trying to forget it."
In spite of several attempts no one have succeeded in finding out, if an attack like this has taken place by Agri church .. . .
|there were lots of scented chervil ....|
|A corner of Strandkær|
They are so calm these nice animals and they look friendly, but it is not advisable to enter the fence while they've got calves, naturellement!
Around the National Park's pastures and banks, sheep, goats, cows and horses are grazing. It is an important goal of preservation in Mols bjerge to keep the open landscapes, and to reach this goal they use the animals for nature conservation, since the heath, the pastures and the meadows have come to by the human use of the areas. When the animals are grazing they contribute to keep the original look and character of the National park, because the various animals eat various plant species, which else would threaten to take the power. Cattle is well suited for nature conservation, they eat grass and do not care for bitter flowers with bitter taste like the buttercup, and they don't graze close to the cow dungs, where the plants growing there contribute to benefit the flowers and bees.
The National Park Mols Bjerge contains much more (link in English)
I love to visit Mols bjerge. There are so many various places to see, and it is difficult to choose sometimes what to see. I like to visit the archaological sites, like Poskær stenhus and the other dolmens, the beaches, the marinas, the forests and a town like Ebeltoft, which is the most idyllic town with a special little town-hall and old-fashioned gardens and a magnificent glass museum. And the pretty frigate Jutland in the harbour. Outside Ebeltoft the fantastic Safari park, Ree Park, with cheetas and other exiting animals, living in good environments. And in Ebeltoft is also the film-institute, where many wellknown film-people were educated, like the instructors of Borgen and other wellknown TV-series. Mols is a multicoloured place, like a painter's palette.
|dark clouds coming.........|
But now the rain is coming, dark clouds are gathering, and we'll have to go home. It seems that we are always chasen home by rain. Well, we've just had some good hours in Mols bjerge, the Danish mountains! . See you later!
On our way home we saw some Thunderbirds. In the summer season are many veteran-car meetings at Mols and in this week-end the Thunderbirds. Maybe Ferrari next week!
Steve has just told me that they are Ford Mustangs and not Thunderbids!!