Turskøyting (10/11/2019)

Turskøyter, translated "touring skates", describes ice skates that can be mounted on cross-country skiing boots. Particularly useful if several lakes are crossed.
Today Kyvannet - Lianvatnet - Haukvatnet - Store Leirsjøen and retour.

Stålis (09/11/2019)

Stålis, literally "steel ice", is the Norwegian name for freshwater ice. Skating on frozen lakes is magic!
Today, we took rounds on Lianvatnet and Haukvatnet.

Saksvikvollen (03/11/2019)

Catching the last sunbeams.

It's this time of the year again... (11/2019)

Perhaps Puck has misunderstood that he is an arctic dog. Meanwhile he even learned to fetch the matchsticks.

Nordlys (26/10/2019)

It's been a while since we could see northern lights from the window. Hopefully solar activity is back and more to come!

Vennafjellet (26/10/2019)

Trailrunning to Vennafjellet (667m). First snow this winter!

Jervfjellet (20/10/2019)

Catching the last sunbeams on Jervfjellet (504m), passing Finn-Pålstuggu cave on the way.

Gimshøgda (13/10/2019)

Dog family excursion to Gimshøgda, Orkdal (635m).

Walkshop Jotunheimen (09-12/09/2019)

Me and Puck got a chance to taste hiking in beautiful Jotunheimen during a "Walkshop" organized by the Centre for Digital Life Norway. 17 Participants with 8 different nationalities got into discussions on value & value creation in biotechnology and life sciences while hiking Leirvassbu - Olavsbu - Skogadalsbøen - Sognefjellshytta.

Heading south (04/09/2019)

On our way south following the northern part of Helgelandskysten we passed Saltstraumen - the worldwide strongest tidal maelstrom and a tongue of Svatisen that once (before climate change) reached down to the fjord.


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