Norway is never just Norway.
We had to revisit the magnificent views of the north in order to find back temperature sensors that we had left scattered through the mountains. It made for three days of walking, camping and working in one of the most breathtaking landscapes I have ever seen.
I was in particular impressed by the wide variety of rock formations that defined the landscape. Rocks are truly reigning in the north – at least in the summer season – and the vegetation has to adapt to their moods.
We also had to subject to their power and clamber up and down the slopes to find back our sensors. It made for exciting adventures and some tricky balancing excercices, but it was definitely worth every second of the experience.
Nothing tops making soup on a campfire with such a magnificent view, to have a short but well-deserved brake in between the different plots.
Beautiful! But no handsome male kats?😿
Not so many cats in the north, I fear! It might be a bit too cold there…
No purroblem! That’s why God made laptops! They make nice, warm napping spots fur us kats!!😹
wow! prachtig landschap
zelf net terug van o.a ‘fietsen in Noorwegen, op de Lofoten’
Oh wauw! De Lofoten zijn heel dicht bij mijn experiment, maar ik ben er nog altijd zelf niet geraakt :). Moet ik er toch eens tussen proppen in mijn planning!
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