The Ranty Highwayman)
So, I’m back from my family holiday on the other side of the North Sea, but I did find some time to look at infrastructure (between the ice-creams and travelling).
My blog posts about the Netherlands last year were themed, but this time, I’m going to write about some of the places visited in the round. First is the island of Fanø which is just off the North Sea coast of the Danish part of Jutland. As ever, these blog posts can only ever be a snapshot of what I saw and can never replicate the experience of living with and using these layouts.
The island has three main centres – Nordby, Rindby and Sønderho – the first being the main (small) town and the others villages. They are connected by a shared-use cycle track which runs on the eastern side of the island, generally following the main north-south road on the island. There’s also an east-west route connecting the central village of Rindby to Rindby Stand on the west, again running next to the main road (below).