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Long time no see. ..

Sorry folks; I guess I have been hibernating... Like a lot of other interesting animals. Bats, hedgehog, me....



(Photo: Terje Rian Feb. 2019)


Well; I'm back again! And I will try to be a little stable from now on. Write to you about experiences in Dovrefjel, "The roof of Scandinavia".


I met the nice guy on the picture a few days ago. On a mild, bright day, with a "touch" of spring.

I really long for spring , and later on summer now... with safaris every day, visiting my big half-a-ton friends...

Wanna join me this summer?




Big...but small

50 kilo? 100 kilo? Hard to tell. Theese two younger animals may be big in weight, but they are both children. Standing on stony ground in Dovrefjell. Winter. Kold. Short days. Very little; hardly anything to eat...
But most of them will survive. Visit us here in Norway, when the temperatures fall below 20 degrees Celcius. When days have only a few hours with light. When everything is covered with snow and ice. Visit the stubborn life that survives this cold, brutal but beautifull reallity...

Summer! Summer! Summer!


Just fan-freaking-tastic! After months with snow, darkness and temperatures below 30 degrees minus a friend of mine sent me this beautiful picture! Taken now! Flowers! Warmth! Hope!
Now Norway is probably one of the most surprising, varied countries in Europe.
In "lower" places you have green grass, flowers, no snow. Up here,  average 1000 meters above sea level, it is like April-March. Ice on the lakes, snowfields, hardly leaves on the trees.





(Photo: Rick Lennart Klausen May 2018)

But it is improving. From my point of view. Yesterday we had more than 20 degrees warmth. Even here!
Every season has it charm they say. Well, King Winter has kind of lost his charm in MY eyes - for a while...

Snow on our playground...

I worked as a teacher a lot of years. Once there was a free moment in the schoolyard. Noone had given the kids footballs. After all; it was 25 degrees celcius below zero, and deep snow... Five minutes later, an indignated group of ten year-olds: "Where is the football?!"....

So... Theese kids don't play football. But they play. 
Five kids playing on a frozen, snowcovered playground!

Big...but small...

50 kilo? 100 kilo? Hard to tell. Theese two younger animals may be big in weight, but they are both children. Standing on stony ground in Dovrefjell. Winter. Kold. Short days. Very little; hardly anything to eat...

But most of them will survive. Visit us here in Norway, when the temperatures fall below 20 degrees Celcius. When days have only a few hours with light. When everything is covered with snow and ice. Visit the stubborn life that survives this cold, brutal but beautifull reallity...


(Photo; Terje Rian)
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