A tray, mixed votives, pine cones and some antlers. Love this!

Minimalist Christmas decorations in Norway

tray of festive candles with seasonal decor. Can be created for Easter, Valentines, Thanksgiving- idk ab the reindeer, but I love this idea

Nid douillet -- Viking house

I want it for a piglet house Nid douillet -- viking house. I should model a goat house or chicken coop after this someday.

Norwegian hand knit socks

pencilinthepines' feels like winter socks

Socks Drops Ravelry: pencilinthepines' feels like winter socks Try: shorter socks, red rib knit on top, then straight into brown and white fair isle pattern.

Store Torungen fyr	island outside Arendal	Aust-Agder	Sørlandet	Kongeriket Norge (Norge)	58.398889, 8.788056

Store Torungen Fyr Island outside Arendal Aust-Agder, Norway the lighthouse was built in

Norwegian Money: 1 krone NOK (or crown)  is worth about .18 cents American currency.

Norwegian Money: 1 krone NOK (or crown) is worth about 18 cents American currency.

17. mai, The Norwegian National Day. The longest children's parade in Norway, consisting of 108 Oslo schools, march up the main street and past the Royal Palace where the royal family wave from the palace balcony.

mai, The Norwegian National Day. The longest children's parade in Norway, consisting of 108 Oslo schools, march up the main street and past the Royal Palace where the royal family wave from the palace balcony.

Norwegian food recipes

January: Norway - Fårikål, lamb in cabbage Traditional Norwegian Food / This VEGAN can't do this anymore, but I DO remember the image & the smell. Norwegian Food was simple and good.

˚Pathway - Stavanger, Norway

˚Pathway - Stavanger, Norway, could use a little less photoshop but still a neat walkway

In Norway, a fylke divides the country into regions similar to a county. Each fylke has it's own Governor. Each fylke has a county seat, or capital, where the business of the area is administered. Each fylke may have a number of towns or villages. There are no states or provinces in Norway.

In Norway, a county is called a fylke. Each has it's own Governor, like a state would have. Each fylke has a county seat, or capital, where the business of the area is administered.

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