G and P are climbing a mountain, why are they climbing a mountain? To hug the mountain.
C went bike touring with me along the coast of lake Vänern over a couple of sunny days last summer. Great trip!
A took a break from hiking to feed fancy sourdough bread to a couple of fat birds
M at a brunch party on 17th of May, Norway’s national day. It’s today! Cheers!
Lake Vänern suddenly froze into an endless shiny surface with just a few boats, buoys, rocks and drift wood sticking up. An incredible ice skating experience.
J M mid air! …or waking up from a nap in the middle of the slope, Oslo Winter Park.
More ski day! This is C in a mid slope sunset argument.
It’s office ski day and H is hitting the slopes hard.
G is looking back on the over crowded waffle hut, somewhere in the ski labyrinth between Stryken and Majorstuen.
J surrounded by the magnificent snow draped forest on a freaking cold ski tour in Tryvann.
I went cross country skiing for the first time since my childhood. Harder than I thought!
M on a bench in the December sun outside his country home in Frauental, frenetically petted by P and J. Life is good.
D and M on a synchronized walk to see the moose in Slottskogen on a typical Göteborg mid winter day, 1st of January 2018.
M is commuting to work through the cold winds, snow covered and generally unreliable cycling paths of Oslo on his (electric) bike. Let’s make 2018 the year we are all cycling to work… but it’s very slippery out there, watch out!
Gooood juul / Merrrrrry Xmas says E in a quickly improvised Jultomten aka Santa Claus outfit… and even more quickly revealed by the children “It’s mum!”
It’s maroni burning season with J!
P and kids on the way from the train station in Frauental to a delicious dinner party.
E is grilling some delicious shish kebab and tomatoes in a grill of his own design, aswell as doing some gardening.