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September 16, 2014

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Lunamon Design

Love your blog about travveling in Norway. I am Norwegian and you describe the forrest perfectly.
Happy travels :)

Sonia

That deer moss looks so pretty ! I bet it was even more magical for reals !
Happy (belated) 1st birthday sweetest Lachlan ! xoxo

Siri

Now you've had me googling Ottadalen and finding that "Historically Ottadalen has been widely used as artery between western and eastern Norway through the Breidalen in Skjåk to Stryn, Breidalskrysset to Stranda, the Jostedalsbreen glacier to Jostedalen and Luster, and Sognefjellet to Sogn."

My grandmother was born and raised in the valley at the base of the Jostedalsbreen glacier. You were not far from there in your travels, a place that, to me, is the most beautiful place I've been in all my life - yes, very much because of the connection with my roots, but also in and of itself.

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