We are just back from our fall vacation. It was just what we needed. It was absolutely great. Almost no TV and no computers (except from our iPhones, of course). The girls didn’t miss any of it. They colored in their coloring books and they played outside. We went on small hiking trips, visited a nearby small town and did one longer hike. Longer, meaning just long enough for a six year old. We also went to Langedrag. I’ll do a separate post on that.
I usually don’t do pictures of me, but here I am on our way to the cabin. The girls got to climb the rocks down to the lake and we got to strecth our legs.
This is from Norways only know metorite site, Gardnos. We went there not knowing what to expect, and it turned out to be a nice hike and an interesting story. It turns out that appr. 650 million years ago a huge meteoritt hit this area and made a 5 km crater. They only found out 10-15 years ago about the meteroritt because they were drilling a tunnel, and their tool kept braking because the mountain were so incredible hard.
Just look at the colors. I love fall colors. But winter is coming to the mountains and it was snowing the day we left for home.
“Our” new studio. I say “our” because really, it’s not mine, but I’m lucky enough to be invited by Hilde (in the picture) to share it with her. We plan to sew at least one or two afternoons a week there.
Hilde has done so much to this room, I have to think of something that I can contribute. Today we tried it out, Hilde sewed a dress for her girl and I started two pants for my girls. And to sum it up I made bananabread - well, it is still in the oven. Lucky for me, I didn’t check how much flour I had before I started. This is how much I have left after baking. I guess I should put flour on our grocery list: