A few days ago, I had the pleasure of watching “The Seret of the North Cape”, created by Peter Szivolt. Since then I’ve watched it several times, totally in awe of the beauty of the aurora borealis and grateful that I live in a place where I’m privileged to observe them. If you want toContinue reading “The Secret of the North Cape”
After living 4 years in the North Cape, 71 degrees above the Equator, I see the sun in a whole new light. As the expression goes, “Absence makes the heart grow fonder”, and after two months without the sun’s appearance, I’m longing for its return. The days are getting a little brighter and the sun’sContinue reading “Affairs of the Sun”
Autumn is here and the colors are glorious! The the grass in the fields is the perfect height for a little game of hide and seek.
Not long ago, I shared with you Remco’s expedition to Knivskjellodden (http://travelsinorbit.com/2014/04/01/north-of-the-north-cape/). Now he’s shared his experience visiting the North Cape plateau, as well as Honningsvåg. He provides a lot of helpful information, as well as beautiful photos. Enjoy!
I couldn’t help but take a closer look and snap a few photos when we walked past this abandoned house/cabin… full of stories, secrets, lives led. Black and white seemed fitting.
The weather has taken a little turn: Temperatures above freezing, wind and occasional rain showers. Which means that some areas are no longer ski-friendly 🙂 but it also means that my son can skip rocks in the ocean and my daughters can look for treasures. And I have to admit that I’m not upset toContinue reading “Gray is Ok”
Yesterday I received one of the best comments to date, on a blog I wrote about Knivskjellodden: “This blog post was my inspiration to actually go to Knivskjellodden myself last week. See my winter expedition blog report here: http://travelsinorbit.com/2014/04/01/north-of-the-north-cape/. Thank you for your great information about this wonderful place Erica!” Please read Remco’s account ofContinue reading “North of the North Cape”
The midnight sun is just around the corner. In the next 6 weeks we will go from 14 hours of daylight to 24/7. Today the sun rises at 5:15 am and will set at 7:25 pm. This is the view from our house.. sun and snow, lots and lots of snow.
Today the skies and waves were in constant motion. Gale force winds whipped through our town, one minute revealing crisp blue skies, the next, a whirl of snow flakes and low visibility. These three photos give a small glimpse into the ever-changing skies today: