Last stop in Denmark was Kerteminde. It's a seaside town. We spent the first day there, the last part of our (almost) two days off, playing volleyball on the beach. Yours truly was sunburned on the right half of her face only. It made for so many great pictures of me. So very many.
There was a statue of a water dragon in town. I only know it was a water dragon because that's what the label told me.
We walked about 2km into the town for class. And here's what we got to see out the window. The building was literally on the edge of the ocean.
It was rough.
The town itself was quite pleasant as well.
And this is what we saw outside the place we stayed:
So on to Denmark! And science! The course was terribly helpful. And taught by just brilliant people. It mostly consisted of 1) Convert ALL the dB to SPL 2) Calibrate ALL the things 3) Look at ALL the harbor porpoises. Just look at them. They are adorable. I flew into Copenhagen. It was lovely. I was there only briefly (overnight on each end). And I spent my brief time there sleeping and finding a laundromat. Note: Laundromat was in red light district--even more depressing at 9AM.
The first part of the class was in Søgaardlejren. It was on a "base" for the Danish equivalent of the National Guard.
We stayed here:
One of the many paths
We did lots of recordings of bats that were hunting over the lake