November began as a reasonably normal month. Then the infection numbers started to increase dramatically, also among the vaccinated. (Although these cases were reported to be much less concerning). We made it through the month without another round of lockdowns, however
Two trips to the theatre – one to Århus, another to Copenhagen. The test run of the light rail system in Odense is delayed. The coffee machine at work broke down.
The first month of the term is always extremely busy for me. Hence the absence of interesting sights this month. The reconstruction of Odense’s town centre is slowly progressing towards its conclusion.
Return from vacation. Reopenings and the like. Late summer.
One week of work and three weeks of vacation. A dry summer month (remember summer showers?) with fewer international tourists than usual in Copenhagen.
The brightest month with the longest days. And, unfortunately, always one of the busiest months in the year.
A cold and windy May and what felt like a very delayed spring, while concert venues, theatres and the like began to reopen. Still: The fair nights of the Northern summer are here.
From 18 degrees to snow and almost freezing temperatures in a couple of days: April is as unpredictable as always. Still, the unusually long alder pollen season slid seamlessly into the birch pollen season. The reopening of Danish society after three months of Covid-19 shut-down is just as slow and tentative as the arrival of spring.
Most shops reopened at the beginning of March after two and a half months of near-total lockdown. Following a burst of winter in February, spring is coming. Vaccines are delayed.
With Denmark still in Covid lockdown and days filled with online classes and meetings, we had first snow and frost bringing some much-needed light and then a rapid change of weather. A major part of the lockdown is due to end on March 1, but most teaching is still online and museums, concert venues etc. are still closed.