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Gray is Ok

The weather has taken a little turn: Temperatures above freezing, wind and occasional rain showers. Which means that some areas are no longer ski-friendly :) but it also means that my son can skip rocks in the ocean and my daughters can look for treasures. 70 more words

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A Norwegian's idea of Perfect Easter Weather

In Norway, we have an expression that you might be unfamiliar with, depending on where you live in the world…. it’s called “perfect Easter weather” (perfekte påskevær).   62 more words

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Just a few reasons....

The Arctic Race of Norway will be coming to the North Cape on August 14, 2014.  If you are considering being a spectator and cheering on the cyclists as they race towards the North Cape Globe, then here are a few good reasons to travel to 71˚N, join in the festivities and explore the area. 54 more words

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Fotografia Istantanea | 71°10'21"N - 2014

Polaroid Image exp. 06/2006 manipolata
Polaroid Image camera
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Foto originale di Ole P. Rørvik

Fotografia Istantanea

North of the North Cape

The North Cape is one of those places that is on most traveller’s bucket lists. Known as the northernmost point of Europe, situated at 71°10´21˝N, some even claim it is closer to the North Pole than it is to Oslo. 1,430 more words

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ekhaugli reblogged this on experiencenorthcape and commented:

Yesterday I received one of the best comments to date, on a blog I wrote about Knivskjellodden: "This blog post was my inspiration to actually go to Knivskjellodden myself last week. See my winter expedition blog report here: http://travelsinorbit.com/2014/04/01/north-of-the-north-cape/. Thank you for your great information about this wonderful place Erica!" Please read Remco's account of his winter expedition to the northern most location in the North Cape. His photos are breathtaking and I guarantee you'll want to come and Experience North Cape yourself!

North of the North Cape

The North Cape is one of those places that is on most traveller’s bucket lists. Known as the northernmost point of Europe, situated at 71°10´21˝N, some even claim it is closer to the North Pole than it is to Oslo. 1,430 more words

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14 hours of daylight.. soon to be 24

The midnight sun is just around the corner.  In the next 6 weeks we will go from 14 hours of daylight to 24/7.  Today the sun rises at 5:15 am and will set at 7:25 pm.   15 more words

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