Entries Tagged ‘Northern Norway’


It is 2am.  I’m thinking I should be in bed but the sun is shining and the birds are chirping.  The house down the road has smoke coming from its chimney and a guy walks around his car and looks at me wondering why I am standing in the middle of the road taking pictures. […]

Easter Blue

At this time of year it is hard to be at home when outside is filled with lovely sunshine, Easter blues and thick, fluffy snow.

The Bus from Alta to Tromsø in February

Sometimes we prefer to take the bus back home to Tromsø rather than fly.  The bus ride is about six hours but it means we get to look at the scenery, have a snooze, eat, ride on the ferries and spend some time playing with the kids. The seasons are very dramatic in Norway and […]

Hanging in Farmors Kitchen

We love to hang in Farmor’s kitchen.  It’s the family’s meeting place.  Not only do you get good, hearty food but great company and fond memories.  When sitting in the kitchen you can’t help but notice all the things just hanging around.  Farmor’s kitchen is full of gifts and mementoes from family, friends and visitors, […]

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