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hell norway | from hell will be an insult to hell in norway and might also be an ...

Taxi Driver from SIN!

hell norway | from hell will be an insult to hell in norway and might also be an ...

Norwegian Haymakers,1915 --- Women in Norway cleared the tall grass and chopped it down w/wooden 2-3 foot knives --- they hung the wet hay over a home made fence. Making Hay. Anyone able bodied, would participate. It's what peoples animals ate in winter, and used for warmth in some cases.

Original caption: "Norwegian Haymakers" Two women and a young girl putting grass to dry on a "hesje". The photo is probably from the Steinsdalen valley in Kvam, Hardanger. Photographer: Samuel J.

Better bathroom signs - men + women. I should put these on my bathroom door HA

Lausanne, Switzerland

bathroom indicators -im really thinking this needs to be on our bathroom door

thewaynorth:  Fishermen in northern Norway; Trondenes Historical Center (Trondenes Historiske Senter), Trondenes, Troms

Fishermen in northern Norway; Trondenes Historical Center (Trondenes Historiske Senter), Trondenes, collections guide tips

"Uffda" used by Norwegian immigrants to the U.S describing something unpleasant, uncomfortable, hurtful, annoying, sad, or irritating; an all-purpose expression with a variety of nuances, and covering a variety of situations.

"Uffda" used by Norwegian immigrants to the U.S describing something unpleasant…

Hell, Norway

Railway station in Hell, Norway “when hell freezes over.” It does — quite frequently — in a tiny Norwegian town by the same name. Winter temperatures drop to minus 13 degrees Fahrenheit in Hell.The name has made the town a mini tourist attraction.

bestemorsimports. I've got Norsk Roots...Norwegian TIle

Names: Falck, Carlson, and Dahl. They came over after the Civil War in from a small Norwegian town near Namsos, Norway. Mom's Mom(Grandma) was from there. Grandpa was from Sweden.

Known as the gemstone of the Vikings, Iolite was used by Norse and Viking explorers as a navigational aid, as a properly oriented stone would change color in relation to the direction of sunlight, allowing for crude navigation in the fog- enshrouded northern Atlantic waters where the direction of the sun was otherwise impossible to discern.

18thC Antique Iolite Ancient Norway Medieval Viking Norse Solar Navigational Aid

Known as the gemstone of the Vikings, Iolite was used by Norse and Viking…

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