To make a long story short, the trip home that normally would have taken a couple of hours took two days.
And I was lucky compared to many others.
I am sharing some of the pictures from the train ride home, day two.
We are in between Trondheim and Hamar, mid part of Norway.
Not the best quality I am afraid, taken with a cell phone out of a train window!
I love the majestic, serene beauty of the mountains.
They don't care about harsh weather, about man's struggle, life and death.
Coming home, I was met with another bout of snow (melting away during the day).
But the day after - my favourite spring sign: The return of the wild geese.
I just love that sight and sound!
Welcome back! How wonderful that you made it!
They are happily cheering each other on: Not far now! Keep the formation!
The weekend before last, I had another lovely ride with my daughter.
We packed food for the horses, and started out in lovely spring weather.
Happy Norwegian Cowboy #1 (undercover dressage lady on secret mission)
Happy Norwegian Cowboy #2.
Not chasing cows, but a place to eat!
Fame is fascinated by the sight and sound of the small waterfall.
We rode to our favourite place place to stop, and the horses were very happy for that.
They know the way, and they know what's up when we arrive...
My daughter is Purchase Manager, I am the Bank and Horse Manager.
She happily purchases away whatever they have got.
Today's catch is waffles, carrot cake and chocolate cake.
Health food for hungry cowboys.
(Bank got busted.)
Down to the leftovers.
This lovely place is under siege from hungry people wandering around in the area.
We are in between skiiers and bikers though, so today it was a peaceful place.
When everything is eaten up, it is time to leave.
Bye for now!
Fame and Charlie are happily walking along towards home.
During the upcoming three months I will work in Germany three days a week due to a large project.
It will be hard work, but interesting too.
Might be less time for blogging though.