Wednesday, August 19, 2009

krohnegården

forgotten post from earlier this summer. or should i say; forgotten post from the summer. now it's been raining for a month and fall is already here. we're planning to do something about that, though.
digging for earthnuts. on our first 'date' (we don't really 'date' in norway), my husband and i went for a mountain hike and he showed me how to find earthnuts in this very field.
we took our kids back to the lake we used to live nearby when our son was born. i don't think i've ever walked around this lake without at least one of our two dogs accompanying, and our cat following behind us. it was a bit sentimental to be there, since they're all dead from old age now. we plan to do something about that, too.
hm, raise the dead, turn the season?
to be continued....

9 comments:

victoria said...

I have never heard of earth nuts. Do you eat them? How? Interesting stuff. The rain is POURING up here too, non-stop. Lets hope september brings some sun!

therese said...

victoria: jordnøtter er en liten, hvit knoll festet til roten på en ganske høy plante som ligner hundekjeks. veldig spiselig, og godt! minner litt om både vannkastanje, nøtter og potet :)

Cris Siqueira said...

hi
these shots are great. what a great summer you had!!

and thanks for your sweet comment!!

:)

renee @ FIMBY said...

Please do your best to keep summer alive there and if you can here as well. The time has flown by and we've been tackled an unexpected house project that has eaten up August, so sad.

I didn't date my husband either, though we spent lots of time together.

Tara Lucia Zaicz said...

Divine~ I just stumbled across your blog...... lush! Did you use to live in the tipi? The lake looks incredibly enchanting, what an amazing part of the universe! Love & Light xox

Visty said...

I can't get over how magical your area looks. It's just like a fairy take.

And hunting for ground nuts...sounds like a good date to me!

Our first "date" was a hike.

T said...

love this blog, so unique and inspiring!

The Magic Onions said...

I just love this post. Look at that moss covered stone wall! Earthnuts... how enchanting.
Please would you share this on Friday's Nature table today... pop over to my blog and post in mr linky's space.
Blessings and magic.

Bagus Prasetyo said...

I am an Indonesian
26-year-old man
high school graduates
with expertise in graphic design, computer, networking, and art
whether I could get a job in norway? as any work, I will do.
do not care if I work outside my field. as waiters, shopkeepers, factory workers, and others. I would do, which is important to get income for daily needs there.
snow, forests, rivers, and mountains all was as it is in my dreams. I really want to live and work there
so far I can only see your country from google earth. and imagine I live there

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