The walk is planned by Annette Sletnes
Meeting-point: Fuglebakken Station (by Borups Allé).
Date and time: Sunday, 9 September 2007, 11 am.
We thought we had found a cycle trailer in a bush, but it turned out to contain a mobile home complete with a roll mattress and an umbrella, so we put it back and went on our way. A homeless person probably camps here.
Through holes in the fence there is access to G13, which seems formerly to have belonged to Kobenhavns Energi and was a waterworks and a storage site. The place has not long been empty and the buildings are in good condition.
From the top of a building that could easily become a concert hall there is a fine view over the district.
This is a fertile area – a fig tree was growing in the yard. We wondered whether one could build a greenhouse around it so the figs could have time to ripen. Just behind there are the school gardens, and behind the high fences one could glimpse heavily laden apple trees.
Further along the track we found a quite special and well concealed section of allotment gardens.
We were invited in; the tree was full of juicy plums, and we were allowed to pick and eat as many as we wished, but one could hardly see that we had been there when we had finished.