Monthly Archives: March 2012


We’ve had some lovely warm weather these past few weeks, and have started to rediscover some of our old haunts.  The kids have dusted off their scooters and are setting new speed records each day.  We scooted to the local … Continue reading

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Going RAW

Warning: If you’re not a camera geek, this post will bore you to tears. It’s aimed at those who might be on the fence about shooting in RAW format. In January, I finally decided to go RAW. My camera lets … Continue reading

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The Beginning of the End

We have been abroad for an extraordinary 8 months.  We will be back stateside in 4. In some ways, we are really starting to look forward to coming home.  I’ve started craving a really good hamburger.  We both miss our … Continue reading

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Singing in the Cathedral

I have been singing with the local choral society.  I joined back in October and have sung in 2 concerts with them, with another coming up in about 3 weeks.  They are a lovely group of people and I have … Continue reading

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Farewell to Norway (for now…)

After our afternoon at the Trondheim Cathedral, we visited a couple of areas of the old town before heading back to Gro and C-G’s house for our final evening together.   We walked from the cathedral, past the library, and … Continue reading

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On our final day in Trondheim, we spent most of our afternoon at the remarkable Medieval Nidaros Cathedral and the Archbishop’s Palace Museum next door.  Unfortunately, they do not allow photography inside the buildings, so all of our photos are … Continue reading

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Charlie’s Arm Reappears

The long-awaited day has come: Charlie got his cast off on Tuesday!  After almost six weeks in captivity, his pale, peeling arm was released into the wild once again.  Below, he poses for some “before” shots as we prepared to … Continue reading

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