After a few days at Hemsedal we went to continue the easter at Austevoll.
We had to escape Norway this summer to get some sun, in a hurry we found a room in Port Alcudia, in the Balearenes. Cheap and close to the beach and restaurants. We rented an apartment at Bellevue Club, a large complex near the city centre. Since we knew what we were coming to we
It rains a lot in Bergen, its something we kind of like to brag about but its true as well. This may has been very wet, we set a new record the other day – 1468,7mm in the period January to May! That is 57.8 inches! I joked the other day about water evaporating in
We talk a lot about the elders and how we treat them, much of the focus is understandably on quality of life but lately I’ve thought a lot about the digital part of our society. The young access applications, PCs, tablets and smartphones as natural elements – but what about the elderly? The services we
Isn’t it incredible? I can’t imagine the patience this has to take. Its from Georges Rousse’s archive. Heres a view from the side: Another great one:
Time flies and its difficult to measure it. A good friend of mine likes Ole’s calendar and each year we print out and create these dodecahedron calendars. If you collect them the sight of them together can anchor you to time. 🙂
Last Saturday the sports school visited Bergen Climbing Club’s climbing wall, a 15 meter tall wall with over 50 routes. The kids loves it, I however wouldn’t dare climbing very high.
The nice thing with living in one of the richest country in the world is that it is possible to create what infrastructure you want that can make a better living for people and in a green way. Right outside Bergen we fetch oil and gas valued $54 million a day, that is enough
Until now Findus haven’t had much time to cuddle up on our laps, Yesterday after a lot of activities he finally settled down.
The house felt somehow empty without a cat, after a while we started looking for a new cat. Then this little fellow appeared, in Samnanger. We fell for him and contacted the family, now hes home exploring and doing cute mischiefs, it is easy to detect the Main Coon in him. Its good to finally
Our dear Rolf was hit by a car and died this summer, we were devastated – he was part of the family and will be missed a lot.