from 71˚ to 69˚ north

After 2.5 years, and a move that’s taken us 2˚ south on the latitude scale, I’m back!  Tromsø, Norway is a spectacular city, surrounded by fjords and majestic mountains. So, get ready to explore this arctic paradise with me.

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First up, Ersfjord.

18 thoughts on “from 71˚ to 69˚ north

  1. Wonderful to see you surface again,Erika! I trust you and your family are well, and pray you will enjoy living in Tromso. Welcome back to the world of WordPress bloggers!

    1. Thank you Peter! It’s good to be back. I’m doing well. I’m going on 3.5 years of treatment, which is thankfully still working! And I’m truly looking forward to exploring our new home. How are you?

      1. We moved back to Long Island 2 1/2 years ago – Marian in a wheelchair, meaning the snows of New Hampshire we’re getting too much for us! One son has married, the other started his own business since we got back. At age 75 much time and money on medical issues, but good to be near the boys and to see them often. How old are your children now?

      2. Sounds like it was a great decision to move back to Long Island. I’m enjoying your photographs of flowers! Our kids are 10, 11, and 13. Time flies!

  2. I saw this yesterday and tried to reply in WordPress. I’m not sure it went through. But I think it’s great that you’re starting to blog again. You’re such a good writer and photographer! 😘💗

    On Fri, Aug 23, 2019 at 8:35 AM experiencenorthcape wrote:

    > ekhaugli posted: ” After 2.5 years, and a move that’s taken us 2˚ south on > the latitude scale, I’m back! Tromsø, Norway is a spectacular city, > surrounded by fjords and majestic mountains. So, get ready to explore this > arctic paradise with me. First up, Ersfjor” >

  3. Dear Erica. How very good to know that you are back. I have missed your wonderful posts and look forward to seeing them again. May you be returned to good health, renewed vigor and the joys of everyday life in beautiful Tromso. Judith in Canada

  4. So good to see this post – I was worried and have thought of you and your family over the last couple of years. Your pictures and observations are wonderful and always remind me of our visit to the north of Norway.

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