Statues made of snow and ice for the Nordic Ski stuff. Those were the only ones that were kinda nice. The rest of all the small cabins etc are just boring and ugly tourist traps.
Today we celebrate mothers day in Norway. Flowers has been sent to my mother in law and my mother got a lot of orange tulips (which I know she likes). It’s been very cold outside (-17 Celcius), but as you can see from the pictures it was really sunny and quite nice!
This is just the very pretty sunrise from my office window! It’s a bit cold outside, but the one thing about the cold is that we have nice sunrises and sunsets!
The weather turned on Saturday evening and we had a mild night with rain and snow! It was strange to have minus degrees AND rain. I’m so glad I wasn’t out driving like JO was last night! Here are just two pics from when we again had to go out and shovel even more snow!
I wonder where all this snow is gonna end up? The only thing I know is that I’ll be shoveling snow later! The pics can’t really describe the awful weather that met us this morning – it’s windy and snowy!!!
These are just a few pics from our xmas this year. The tree was filled with gifts (4 ppl! – and all those gifts). The other two pics are from our entrance! Enjoy the rest of the holidays ppl!
Although it was very snowy and windy both yesterday and today, we managed to get some xmas shopping done. We had a nice lunch with Junko and Jan (we gotta do that again some time soon) – we went to see the xmas market in down-town Oslo, which was a nice surprise (even found a
Back in 1994 this was our x-mas card: We’re not great card writers or senders – so this year the x-mas card (which I hope has reached those who should have gotten it) looks like this:
The sun sets a bit too early, so I can’t get home to take any nice pics – I got to take this close to home on my way from the tram. It’s about -16 C (-3 F) here and the red sunset is very pretty – and makes the scenery looks very cold!