You're not childish, Renny. You're child-like and that's what makes things like an easter egg hunt wif Mr. Wabbit. Moreover it keeps us forever young. hugs!
I'm still up for adoption, Renny. You two have the most fun and I'd love to tag along. I get to see Diane's activities on LinkedIn and occasionally on Google+ but I never seem to catch up with you anywhere these days unless I go looking for you. Show More Summary
Nice beach looks like a lake......
Congratulations! I'm a little late to the party but I wanted to stop by and wish you well. I began blogging in 2007 and I love it. I also like Facebook. I've reconnected with many friends from years ago, stay in touch with my relatives in Norway and even childhood friends. And I love the new friends I've made through social media.
I remember these celebrations as a child. Although we are American Norwegians we celebrated along with Norway, the home of our relatives. My parents were active in Sons of Norway and we marched in the parade in Brooklyn, NY.
Great photos as always. I was just at the Brostein ball, which is a lovely occassion. I also took a walk on the new seaside promenade opposite the opera. As the Finnish Day of Independence is on 6th December, there is no chance for a procession. Show More Summary
Ekebergparken can offer installations by international artists, as well as museums, restaurants and a panoramic view of the city. Scattered across 65 acres on a small mountain across the Oslo Fjord from the city, the Sculpture Park includes works by artists that range from Renoir, Botero and Salvador Dalí to Louise Bourgeois, Jenny Holzer and [...]
[...] of Gol Stave Church. I have posted about this museum before, so just click if you want to see more: Lefse and rural farmhouse from Norway and Historical Architectural and Cultural journey in [...]
just felt like droppin in.. woah.. its sweet when you can find a list of the best weed seed strains
[...] Experience for yourself at OsloBG: Read more about this Folk Museum on my post: “Lefse and rural farmhouse from Norway [...]
[...] in a walking distance, e.g. : The Maritime Museum, Kon-Tiki Museum, The Viking Ship Museum, and The Museum of Cultural History. The end of the cruise: In 30 minutes from the last stop at Bygdøy, you are back at the harbour [.....
[...] The Singaporean globetrotter on his own: The day after, he walked to the harbour (5 min. from Karl Johan) and bought shrimp at the fish market. Peeling and eating the newly caught, fresh boiled shrimp was the best breakfast heShow More Summary
[...] on the Oslo Fjord to Bygdøy Island and explored the Maritime as well as the Viking Ships and the Folk Museum. Vigeland Sculpture Park: In the afternoon I took him to Vigeland Park (15 min. by tram from Karl [...]
I love checking out stuff like this!
This seems like a very interesting museum especially since there are people who show how people were living in those far away days. (dancing, baking, etc.)This makes a museum more lively. Those houses look like they are coming out of a fairy tale!
Renny BA, I just love that old storage building! And the short bed, too. Now for my lefse, let's put some wild blackberries in ok? I am glad that I still slay you, RennyBA!....BSOHOLIC aka Brandon did the twin Susie picture, so I cant take all the credit. Thanks again for the tour!
I'll have mine with peanut butter and jam please.
[...] made a post about it last year too, when some of my blog friends even suggested that I run for Norwegian Prime Minister!. Like I said [...]
I missed your post last year! I didn't post about the 1 st may this year. I must say I don't live in a big city like you. i would have to drive to Marseille to take the temperature and the atmospher! Perhaps the next year! I'm a little...Show More Summary
[...] the Swedish are taking 1st of May as seriously as the Norwegians and you can read all about it on my post from last year. That is if you’re not afraid of being influenced by social democrat’s ideas of [...]