Arctic Mum Blog - Vintage hunting in the snow
amazing pictures. yes. the arctic. i can hardly imagine. voluntary? i should read more on your blog to find out about your decision to live there. but truely amazing views!
I often ask myself the same question, but then there are the good days, and you forget about the other 333 days of the year :)
Just a little bit crazy, but I think I can say this because I lived in Alaska and it takes a special breed of person to live in those conditions. No longer me. I need sun. My husband always jokes with me when I complain of the cold.
I understand your pride. And you can be proud even when the weather is not so nice, because it must be a challenge to live there, and not a lot of people are able to do that. I'm just wondering: what's the name of the city that we can see in the background?..
I know the feeling - right now I am happy too, but soon the light disappears...Thanks for the knitting club invitation - I will be very happy to join when/if I move back! (and this reminded me to get our club started again here)
Malyss-the name of the city os Tromso, and that's very I live. On almost 70 degree North, but thanks to the warm Gulf Stream it'liveable!
I don't know how you do it, I can't cope with the cold anymore. I've been in France for too long. It's somewhere that I'd like to visit though!
That is a beautiful day!! Gorgeous photographs. I would be proud, too. I'm glad you are letting us know what it is like to live there. That's what I love about this blog world - meeting people in far away places.
So beautiful! I love that image from the tram. Lovely.
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