Entries Tagged ‘tradition’

Ice Baubles

A fun decorative activity for Christmas.

Just Dropping By

Each autumn our farm becomes a major layover-stop for hungry and weary travelers as large flocks of greylag geese migrate south for the winter. These large birds seem to have made it a tradition to use our field as their roadside diner. This morning, several hundred of them had landed for a rest and to […]

How to Make Norwegian Hamburgers

Norwegian Hamburgers are a little different than the norm.  You still have a beef patty on a sesame seed bun but it is the other stuff the makes the Norwegian hamburger unique. The first thing you’ll notice when biting into a burger is the sauce.  Usually you’ll have your ketchup on top with the meat […]

Tree House

Since the Viking age (at least) it was typical to have a layer of dirt on houses and buildings as the dirt insulated from the cold Winters and warm Summers.  Grass was grown on top so the dirt wouldn’t fall off and I guess to also beautify the building.  The Sami even mounded their houses […]

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