Norway 2014 – 07 out
26.08.2014 back to Tromso
We have very little left until the moment when we have to part with the house on 4 wheels.It helpfully sheltered us and walked us through northern Norway, this separation, with Norway, is a painful process and the fact that it is not happening to us for the first time does not make it easier to swallow. We wander without direction, just to keep the feeling for longer ... of peace? no, I don't know why.
The viburnum in the photo above is a highly respected tree and can be seen purposefully planted almost everywhere around the houses. Its red flowers look astonishingly variegated against the green-orange foliage of the approaching autumn. And so in the north, autumn definitely hovers in the air at the end of August.
Among the many berries, most of which are known in our country, this one was the strangest. If anyone recognizes it, please for information.
Norwegians fish a lot and everywhere.
As we wander aimlessly around, we dive into the low clouds, and the sun slowly sets in the west.
We get dark in Tromso so we can catch the first of our three long flights home in the morning.
The total length of our track for these 6 days is only 2000 km.
2000 km filled with unadulterated northern magic, amazing non-Norwegian cloudless weather and no rain.
2000 km, which I would wish to everyone.