Our first visitors: Eldest son and daughter-in-law from Oslo. They are moving to Stavern these days, and they could use some of our carton boxes. They are expecting their firstborn (our 4th grandchild) in July.
This is how it looked like in the beginning. Window against our veranda and free nature.En av våre gledelige nyoppdagelser i Oppland: Langlomper!
One of our new aquaintances in Oppland (the region name): Long potato griddle cake.
Our first bicycle trip to Skillingen. We brought the bicycles on the car to Stryken, in order to take it nice and easy on the first ride.
Vår gamle Mercedez synger på siste verset, så vi har måttet skaffe oss "ny" bil også: en Renault Clio, dieselutgave. Vi er kjempefornøyd med den, passer godt i carporten som vi fikk sikret oss ved innflyttingen.
Our old Mercedes is getting very tired, so we had to get a "new" car as well: a Renault Clio, diesel. We are very pleased with it, it fits perfect in the carport we were so lucky to have.
One of the beautiful sunny days, that we have got many of since we arrived, we took a trip to Randsfjorden: the worlds most beautiful fjord according to my husband! Yes, just have a look!
On our national day (17th of May) it was very cold, and we were so tired that we just took a trip by car in the environment. This is how it looked like on Mylla, after the snow just having fallen!
We also came to old Lunner church, whose eldest part is from the 1100th and quite unique of its kind in Norway. We must take a good look at it some time, and join a service there!
Ved Harestuvannet fant vi denne flotte båten som også feiret 17. mai.
By Harestuvannet we found this pretty boat, which also celebrated the national day.
One of the first days here we took a trip south, and met this beatiful rainbow. It always reminds me of God's promises, and His faithfulness!
Dette er hva vi ser gjennom en liten åpning i ytterdøra vår. Det er en naturlig haug, som de har latt stå igjen, og som ligger midt imellom tre rekker med toetasjes bygninger. Jeg synes den er veldig fin.
This is the view through a small window in our entrance door. It is a natural heap in between three twostairs buildings. I like it very much.