Monday, July 30, 2012

Tourist in Norway (Part 3)



Water falls…Yes it does, especially here in Norway. After a while we were all saying, “Oh look, another waterfall.” On our road trip through Norway we started counting the waterfalls and after 47 we forgot we were aiming for 50. There were just too many to count. The farther we got up into the mountains, the more of them there were. Imagine that every time you turned your head there was a waterfall or two, even three or four. I love the sound of running water, whether it is a creek, a river, the waves on an ocean or even just a fountain or rain. It is in our nature I believe.  We came from water, we are as water. Constantly changing and flowing through life we seek and eventually pour ourselves into something greater. If we are lucky we find peace in that. Take a drive with me. More stories soon.


6 comments:

shelly said...

Scary, skinny road. I don't think I could keep my food down.

Hugs, Shelly

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Passing that van was a little scary! And if you misjudge or lose control, those rocks lining the side aren't going to stop you.

Roland D. Yeomans said...

Passing that van made every opening in my body shrink to the size of a pepper seed! Love waterfalls. I need to sell the movie rights to Victor Standish so I can travel America and beyond!!

Happy traveling!! Roland

Stranger in a Strange Land said...

Norway is truly beautiful. Haven't been up there in many years.

Kindest regards,
Mike

jnana said...

That's beautiful- I really want to visit Norway some day!

Sean McLachlan said...

I've always wanted to see Norway. We just got back from a week in the Orkney Islands (once ruled by Norway) and had a great time! There's something about the far north that has always drawn me. Must be my Norse blood. :-)