08 August, 2007

Home at last

Suitcases back into the closet,
laundry,
house cleaning,
and throwing out dead potted plants.....
Sound familiar?

I will be visible on the blog again, soon.
Took so many great pictures on my trip to Norway,
and did actually get some knitting and crocheting done
in between sightseeing and visiting with friends and family.
Pictures will come..


This picture (me on the edge in red)
is from the Pulpit Rock,
a good 3-4 hour rough hike.
The Pulpit Rock is a cliff (25x25 meters)
that hang 604 meters high
above the fjord straight down below.
A fantastic trip!
I can highly recommend it,
after being there several times myself.
Overwhelmingly breath-taking every time!

6 comments:

Rositta said...

Welcome back, while your putting your suitcases away, I'm digging ours out. Your trip looks like it was really exciting. I wouldn't have the nerve to stand that close to the edge...ciao

knitnzu said...

That is a wild and wonderful looking place!

Tina Olsen said...

Hvor vildt Randi..
Jeg bliver næsten bange når jeg ser hvor tæt på kanten du er!! - men hvor er det smukt..du er for sej;-)

Ida said...

Naturen kan være drastisk.
Flott, mektig, vakker og overvelmende som du selv skriver.
Selv har jeg aldri vært på Preikestolen.
Ser at det er verdt ett besøk ja.
Bra å høre at du koste deg her i "gamlelandet".
Kos deg vel hjemme igjen også.
Klem - Ida.

hege said...

It's insane, I was there and I was terrified. I felt like I was being sucked down when I crept carefully to the edge ;) Glad you has such a wonderful time, though saddened by your loss.

GAWO said...

Jeg har aldri vært på Preikestolen men har et stort ønske om å dra dit. Det ser nifst ut når folk går helt ut på kanten og legger seg på magen og kikker ned. Og så langt ut som du har våget deg tror jeg ikke at jeg klarer å komme. Jeg gleder meg til å se flere bilder fra turen din. Dette her var et spennende bilde synes jeg.