When he was barely nine years of age, Sophus Lie left Nordfjordeid with his parents and five brothers and sisters (one more son was born to the Lies two years after the birth of Sophus). They were rowed out the fjord to Gloppen, from where they travelled by horse and cart down to Vadheim on Sognefjord. They were then transported by rowboat for several days up Sognefjord to Lærdal, then they took the old highway over the mountains of Jotunheimen to the valley of Hallingdal, and on down to Drammen and Holmestrand on the west side of Oslofjord. Here they took the steamboat across the fjord to Moss.
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