Norway in a Nutshell

      We left Bru on Tuesday morning driving through yet more amazing scenery on our journey to Bergen. After a short  ferry crossing and more narrow roads we … Continue Reading →

Bru Marina

Bru marina turned out to be quite a find. Very peaceful with good facilities, including warm toilets, stunning views across the marina and as we discovered the next day a … Continue Reading →

Preikestolen – Pulpit Rock

The Preikestolen is a steep cliff which rises 604 metres above the Lysefjorden. At the top there is a large almost flat area of rock over sailing the cliff.  It … Continue Reading →

Wild Camping

Our first night of wild camping passed by uneventfully and to celebrate we drove to the nearest Spar shop and bought fresh rolls for breakfast ( and use the toilets!). … Continue Reading →

Leaving Oslo

Our final morning in Oslo we spent in the Munch Museum. Sadly the ‘Scream’ was not on display but there were plenty of other mournful paintings to enjoy. We left … Continue Reading →

Meeting up with friends

  Back in the days of Noble Associates a young, talented, rather gorgeous architect worked with us. Stuart now lives in Oslo with his rather gorgeous wife, Jo and doubly … Continue Reading →


We arrived in Oslo to a city in high celebratory mood. It was May 17th the date in 1814 the Constitution of Norway was signed.  Its significance is taken very … Continue Reading →

To Norwary or not to Norway?

Visiting Norway had become a dilemma.It is probably going to be the most challenging driving and not able to share the driving made us re think our itinerary. Norway was, … Continue Reading →

Heading to Sweden

With only one and a half set of hands packing up the van proved to be problematic . Getting the bikes on the rack being the most difficult. Luckily we … Continue Reading →

Another dremple

  Leaving Helsingor we decided to visit the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art on our way back to the van. If we cycled really fast we could just about make … Continue Reading →