Crossing the borders in Baltia was surprisingly easy and fast. When we arrived at the border of Poland, the queue was longer thn any of us had seen before. In the queue we met some fellow finnish bikers who had been waiting for several hours and weren’t even near to the passport control. Once again life is easier with bikes...
We left Pärnu on monday morning and started the slow progress towards Riga. The main roads here have very low speed limits, ranging from 60 to 90 km/h. Of course, anything faster would probably have been uncomfortable on Skoll’s Ural.
We arrived to wet and dark Tallinn around 10:30pm in Friday, and started the slow and bumpy progress towards Pärnu. The effect of EU funding on the Via Baltica (E67) road we’re apparent, as road was under construction in many places. Unfortunately for us this mean removed tarmac and lots of potholes. Addition to this fun was crazy Mercedes and...
A Linda Line ship is sinking in the Baltic and our ferry was called to the rescue operation. We’re still waiting in the Tallink terminal, as we will the transferred to another ship.
The first travel day has been busy with preparations, as we had to build first version of the travel portal, and manage all practical issues for the trip. We have agreed to meet at the Tallink ferry terminal at 4pm, although Rambo already managed to forget that and tried to book that time for arriving to office. This will be...
Nemein Solutions, the leading Nordic provider of Midgard solutions arranges a free Midgard installfest on August 14th, starting at 17:00.
Nemein Solutions Oy, a Finnish software company specialized in mobile collaboration solutions has received an initial round of seed financing amounting EUR 350.000 from private investors.
Bergie’s military service ended on Dec 29th 2000.
My 180 days long military service begins tomorrow, so I’m now going offline. As my email connectivity will be unsteady at best, I’ll unsubscribe the Midgard mailing lists now.
I will be speaking in the following seminars and training events during May -June 2000. (16th May. 2000)