I would never say that Norwegians are up tight or driven by the rules. Yet I have heard many stories and myself experienced that sometimes things are the way they are and no one really questions the protocol. Let me give you an example.... You have to get a prescription for baby aspirin, but can … Continue reading Rules and Order
After last year's visit and 6 weeks of driving again here in Norway, I've gotten reasonably used to narrow winding roads with no barrier between the road's edge and well, whatever you think you might need a barrier from. (i.e. fjord, lake, ditch, cliff, giant hole created by blasting...). You get used to yielding to … Continue reading I’ll be in the sky
It has been sunny for 2 and a half days...kind of awesome. It's nice to think spring is well on it's way despite it being 3 degrees today (celsius tho). It was a nice weekend catching up from the week, meeting up with a new friend over live jazz and coffee, and the highlight being … Continue reading Sunny Weekend & Paska
When I think of Heinz, I think of Ketchup....I don't know about you but the thought seems pretty darn North American to me. Turns out I was wrong, and there is a whole other world (actually 6 continents total) that Heinz caters too and is appreciated by....Top choice for Scandanvians when it comes to Chili Sauce! I'm also … Continue reading Heinz
Fog on the Fjord the other day- wish I could have captured it a bit better, but this at least gives you an idea of how sunny it's been 🙂
For those of you who aren't seeing all the photos on FB too.....
Ny i Norge: So I have been here before, but all things considered I am "New in Norway." And when I look at this title on the cover of the language text books I have acquired, I am certainly reminded of the fact. Maybe I still have a while before I master the difference in … Continue reading Ny i Norge
A year and a half later! These kids are incredible and truly changing the world. Im starting to really think I need to use my miles to get there for a visit.