Saturday, July 28, 2012

Tourist in Norway (Part 2)


My daughter was the trusty bug smacker on our trip. She loved swinging the electric racket and popping any unwanted intruders that dared to disturb our campsite. It was entertaining to watch her dance around and swing at the Viking Mosquitos. They never had a chance against her expertise.

My son had purchased a powerful flashlight for our entertainment. Who needs TV, with such talented shadow puppeteers and a good campfire! 


Being a tourist in Norway, it is important to find cheap entertainment after a long day of driving. Luckily it was not me who had to do the driving because the roads here in Norway over the mountains can be treacherous! My youngest son is a professional driver and even he had certain roads that gave him cause for worry. Trollstigen (Troll steps) is a good example. More stories to come. Hope you are all having a great week-end!

10 comments:

jnana said...

The landscape looks amazing. Glad you're having fun!

Suzanne Furness said...

Yikes that road looks twisty!

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

My little sports car would love Trollstigen!!

lizy-expat-writer said...

Was that a waterfall we could hear? The roads in Tenerife are similarly precipitous but less green. Drive safely!

Ted Cross said...

I wish I could visit Norway...and I love those bug zappers!

D.G. Hudson said...

Wow, that road looks like a test in endurance! I like the photos of the terrain that you include.

Are there any animals in the areas you are camping in (such as we have in British Columbia, Canada: bears, cougars, etc?) Just wondering.

Roland D. Yeomans said...

I am a rare blood courier, and I would not want to challenge Trollstigen!! The video's were great. I am smiling just seeing in my mind you and your happy family. Great memories in the making!! Roland

Michael Di Gesu said...

Hi, Sis,

Wow, those roads do look treacherous! Glad you all made it through safely...

michelle said...

Seems like everyone is having lots of fun. Happy Travelling!

Annalisa Crawford said...

I'd love to visit Norway - it's on my list!

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