The adventures of Kurt, Sarah, Ethan, Reid & Leah

Akerselva Sundays

As of the past two weeks, the walkway along the Akerselva River  has been much more passable than our New Years Day ice adventure. So the past few Sundays have meant duck feeding, river walking, and soccer playing.

ducks

Our friend Judi got the kids some treats that Ethan said looked magical in the sunlight.

Our friend Judi got the kids some treats that Ethan said looked magical in the sunlight.

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I love the spontaneous art that pops up every week. With three art/architecture/design schools flanking either side, there is always something to find.

I love the spontaneous art that pops up every week. With three art/architecture/design schools flanking either side, there is always something to find like this piece.

Or this, a pallet chair accessible by a modified ladder.

Or this, a pallet chair accessible by a modified ladder.

soccer

Lately there have been many puddles to the delight of the kids and dismay of the reident laundress.

Lately there have been many puddles to the delight of the kids and dismay of the reident laundress.

Looking down on the roof of what looks to be a rehabbed textile factory. One of the several that line the river.

Looking down on the roof of what is possibly one of the many  rehabbed textile factories along the river.

One of the views when we circled back home via the street.

One of the views when we circled back home via the street.

Always waiting for someone who is lagging behind.

Always waiting for someone who is lagging behind.

Comments

  1. Katherine says:

    Wow, you guys look like natives Norwegians now!! Love the fox hat.

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