Good morning to you all! It's a wonderful winter-morning here, -13 degrees, snowing and a bit windy. It's a beautiful winter-scene here in Norway, but I must admit I'm thinking more and more of spring now and longing a bit these days when I just can't put enough clothes on before I go out! So, with that being said, I found some photos from last spring that I wanted to share to give you a presentation of our farm. Hope you'll enjoy, I know I loved to see the green grass again so to know that there still is hope!
This is the old house, the first mansion-house that was built in the 1650s. It's filled with old gadgets and interior from the beginning and up until this day.
This is a small house we call "stabbur" in norwegian. It was used as a place to dry meat, to store food and storage. To day it is decorated as a small cottage, really charming.
Now my heart is really longing for spring!
The building to the left is of course the farm. Up through the years there have been sheep, pigs and horses.
The two buildings at the far back were built in the 1900s by a family-friend who needed land. It's empty today.
The main-house today, built in the 1970s.
- Have a wonderful winterday and a lovely start on your week!