The final phrase in Norwegian means good-bye!
We’ve put on our travelling coats – and the BIG Wheelie is back in action.Before we left Trondheim, we left our temporary mark on the snow.That’s my paw print on the left and George’s on the right. They are only temporary – just like we were temporarily living a dream while on the ferry for 11 days.
At the train station in Trondheim – waiting for the train to Oslo.Oh, George, stop looking for attention.
As the train pulled away from the station, the sun was just about to peek over the horizon.Another long journey ahead of us – and making our way home … via Oslo, Dusseldorf and Hoek van Holland.
May’s comment: It’s been a stunning journey in so many ways. The scenery, the people we met, just the experience of being able to fulfil a list of wishes with my two pooches.
A few photos using the iPhone View from our cabinand when I finally figured how to use my Canon camera – I finally managed to capture some of the Arctic scenery along the way –
And this was from a fellow passenger who managed to capture the moment on my behalf. I later learnt this was taken with an App for Northern Light photography specially for iPhone. Now if I had known … But the most special moments were those captured by sight, stored in my mind and in my heart. These are now memories as we journey onwards. There’s still a lot more on the bucket and I hope it stays that way. In fact a few were added to it which I didn’t even know I had! And there will come a time when I might forget all this, but just to have lived each and every one of those moments was a dream come true.
So, so grateful for this experience. It was planned with impulse and had no idea what to expect. The impetus was when I found out I could fulfill those dreams with my two dogs. Thank you Hurtigruten MS NordNorge.