Tag Archives: magerøya
We just had a storm called “Ole” that blasted the northern part of Norway this past weekend. Ole has left us with lots of snow to shovel, and frosted our buildings from basement to roof. I also want to share … Continue reading
A noonday stroll in -8C, wind 14 mps (Windchill -17C/-3F). Beautiful light, cold fingers and toes!
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 … Continue reading
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, … Continue reading
If you’ve followed my blog for a while, you are aware of an environmental art project that’s been in the making for three years: One Step at a Time Shoe Exhibition. On June 11, 2014, we had the official opening … Continue reading