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Group members were busy fossicking for amethyst stones in the drizzling rain; I was happier reflecting on other Scandinavian treasures.

  • How lucky. Our tour director led us from the hotel to the river at 11.00pm. Northern Lights? This early in August? Yes!! At around midnight there was treasure in the sky.
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The Train Ride to Athens

During the years of 1970 and 1971, I sometimes rode the train to school.

My parents dropped me off at the Oakley station, the same one where we would come to, to pick up my grandparents, who rode the train from Springfield, Missouri. 1,027 more words


Mount Robson

Judy had an unusually clear view of Mount Robson from the top of The Whistlers Mountain. She got some reference photos for a painting, but the starry sky and northern lights are all out of her mind.


In pursuit of the northern lights

It was 13th April 2016 4:40 PM. Five days before my 27th birthday. I was about to embark onto a flight with Easy Jet to Reykjavik. 2,319 more words


Seeing the Northern Lights: When the universe comes down to dance

Seeing the aurora borealis is not easy, great things tend not to be. You’ve seen the photos, heard the whispers and maybe even Youtube-d a time lapse, but the northern lights really are a sight you should witness with your own eyes if you’re game enough to seek them out (which you absolutely are). 2,909 more words


Northern Lights Put On A Show In New England

MAINE (CBS) – Parts of the northeast got quite a show in the night sky late Tuesday.

Shades of green and purple from the aurora borealis could be seen in Maine from the area of Sugarloaf Mountain to York Beach. 133 more words