This video and text is linked from Youtube. 17 days solo travel in Norway. Camping, hiking, fishing, hitchhiking and much more! Check and enjoy.
The Norwegian digital archives have changed the user interface on a number of records. Here is a little introduction.
The days grow longer in Norway. The temperature raise and it is the time of the year we “move” outside. As the garden needs a facelift and other outdoor chores are calling, it is hard to find time to sit by the computer. This means that during the summer it will be less time to read and less time to write. Nevertheless, here are some blogs I have read this week.
This week our entire family has had the flu so I haven’t had the drive to neither read nor write much. I have had a look at a few blogs though
Geirangerfjorden is widely considered to be Norway’s most beautiful fjord. It is on the UNESCO World Heritage list.
Here are some of the blogs I have been reading this week. (the pictures are not from the original post)
It can often be a challenge to find the right place when we try to pinpoint the location of the farm where our ancestors lived. Hopefully this is a little easier if we know something about Norwegian farm structure.
Featured photo of Grasreiten at Skeidsvoll by photogr. Josefsen. Used by permission from Romsdalsmuseet.