Martin in Westwood February 2020.
The pictures below are thumbnails, meaning they are small copies of the real thing. You just click them. The weather in Norway, Nha Trang, Vietnam.

Jan Week 1
Nha Trang

Jan 10-13
Tuy Hoa again

JanWeek 2
Nha Trang

Jan 19
Off to Hanoi

Jan 20

Jan 21

Jan 22

Jan 23

Jan 24

Jan 26

Jan 27

Jan 28
Back in Nha Trang

Jan 29
Off to BKK

Jan 30

Jan 31

Feb 1

Feb 2

Feb 3

Feb  4
Leaving Thailand
Back in Norway

Feb 2020

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Pictures from Martin's stay at Westwood form Feb 4th to March 9th.

Feb 7th, Zorba restaurant at Sandefjord.

My sisters, Jorunn to the left and Ellen to the right.

Feb 9th,  Martin and Martin went shooting. Here Martin K is cleaing up.

Getting the table back to its place.

Martin T practicing some head shots. See the video.

Martin's reloading press in the living room. The sun is just setting outside.

Martin busy with reloading.

Martin's press is old. From 1992 when he bought it from the USA>

Turning targets that Martin shoots at.

MartinK explaining what has to be done to finish the kitchen corner.

The eerie light of 0545 in the morning, February 17th.

The bus stop at Tønsberg 15 minutes later.

The old telecom building. Behind inside the mountain is our shooting range.

The entrance. Card key.

Inside the first gate, another door with card key access.

In we go. They have movement sensors in the bulbs so the light comes in automatically.

Further inside the mountain which was built by the Germans during WWII. It was a command center.

The last door to get to the shooting range. Here you have a standard key to enter.

The entrance door.

The hallway leading to the living room of the cave.

The living room where people sit and talk shit over a cup of coffee.

The pathway up to the .22Cal range.

Martin is finished shooting. Just to clean up and take the empty shells back to the house for reloading.

Martin's house seen from the bus stop from the other side of the road.

The basement lodger, JAP, has his boats in the garden. Just rubbish. He doesn't use them.

Martin's bedroom from the inside towards the window.

Martin's bedroom with his mascot from Thailand.

Martin's shirt that he will take to Vietnam. It is too many actually.

Feb 29th, we got snow for the first time in many weeks.

It looks nice, but is shit to shuffle.

East side of Martin's house

My Cafe where we met forlunch.

Martin's stuff for Vietnam.

Aune and Martin waiting for the food.


Martin and his oldest sister, Ellen.

Martin's stuff for Vietnam.


Øystein, Ellen's man and Cato fixing Ellen's "smart"-phone.

After the lunch, we went to Martin's house in Westwood.

Profile of Aune.


Cato likes to take pictures of Martin's stuff. Here is the bullet cleaning stuff. Also used for cloning spent shells.


Martin with his guns and beer.


Details of Martin gus used tor the shoot.

Martin is having his evening beer.  
Mar 1st, we picked up the keys to the shooting range at Arne.

Arriving at the shooting range. Martin is unlocking the door to the cave.

Aune cleaning up after the shoot.

Leaving the range afte 2 hours of shooting and 450 rounds shot, .45ACP and 9mm ParaBellum.

Mar 4th, inside a can of acetone from BilTema Tønsberg. What a stupid design. How can you make a can where you cannot get one dl out of it?

Here you see it sideways. Almost 1 cm that keep the acetone back.

Mar 8th, the Martins had their last shooting fling early this Sunday.

The turning target we were shooting at. See the video.

Martin's last shot out of 4 just left the barrel.

Mar 10th, Martin is leaving Norway for Vietnam again.

At 0600 in the morning, this March morning.

Waiting for the bus with Martin's junk.

Tønsberg Railway Station.

Martin's train. Martin slept most of the way to Oslo Airport after his swim in 37 degrees water.

It was a sunny winter day. No snow and around 3 degrees Centigrade.

Nice airport view.

There aren't many travelers this Monday morning. Passing through security was a breeze

Our 787 dream liner aircraft. It took Martin safely to Bangkok.

Martin estimated the occupancy rate for the plane was some 80%, the lowest one Martin ever has experienced.  

On Monday March 9th, it was time to return to Vietnam via Bangkok.

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