Friday, December 11, 2015

Goodbye Finnmark!

After a year and a half of life up in the Arctic it is time for Jeanette, Emma and I to leave Finnmark. Time sure flies! when we first arrived in Vadsø Emma was just a little baby, now she a is a energetic fun loving toddler (and quite the handful). Our time up in the far north has had its fair share of challenges, but it has also given all three of us the opportunity to meet many wonderful people and to see many amazing things. I have the feeling that for the rest of my life when ever I see a clear sky full of starts I will begin searching for the northern lights and think of our time in the Arctic. Tomorrow we will be on our way to Moss for Christmas and after that it is back to Yucatan. Hope you enjoy the photos.












2 comments:

dani trueman said...

It's Alice, not Dani. but I tried posting on your blog yesterday but I don't think it working.
You have all survived! And you didn't kill each other. Have a good family Christmas in Moss, then onto that plane to sunshine!

norm said...

When you are 80, sitting on one of the Merida's park benches, with a Norte blowing off the Strait of Yucatan raising a few goosebumps. You will turn to your fellow coger and say, " This is nothing, Why back in 14 I lived in a place called Finnmark...".