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... Celsius but the dam
however is just about solid ice and makes for great photography.
Near the edge of the dam wall where the water escapes to the river below
there was masses of lumps of ice washed up. Most of these lumps were the size of
a car but some were simply massive and looked like they came from the
As I come off the dam wall the road once again turns to tar and there in
the distance are a few large road going bikes coming my way so ...
We moved into our apartment on March 1. We came with two trailers of furniture, and were accompanied by John, Shane's uncle that took care of us in Kongsvinger, and Karianne, Shane's cousin. They pulled together some furniture for us to begin to fill our large apartment. After some pretty serious shopping at Beltima (Norways' equivalent to Walmart...I know, but it's so expensive here...) and IKEA (thank GOD for ...
Took a day trip to a town called Seljord, not really knowing what to expect. And I cannot explain how pleasantly surprised we were! Just a short 30 minute drive, and we find ourselves in one of the most beautiful places I've ever seen. And I've seen a lot of beautiful places! The sun was shining, the water was still, the reflection of the mountains on the lake was ...
... made its appearance, we grabbed the camera, ran out the door, and soaked in as much as we could for the 10 minutes before it set again. And would it return again? Yes! The next morning, when I saw rays of sun through our skylight in our bedroom, I ran to the window! These photos are my first sunrise (visible that is...) in Norway. We were ...
... finger with its stern cut open to allow access, and the interior fitted-out as a shop - what a great idea!
We just wandered and enjoyed the sun (it's been so conspicuous by its absence ...
Other places to stay in Bo I Telemark
Gullbringvegen 32, Bo I Telemark | Hotelfrom $106