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Draken Harald Hårfagre: A Beginner's Guide to the World's Largest Viking Ship

I was a crew member on Draken Harald Hårfagre as the ship made a historic crossing of the North Atlantic ocean, from Norway to Canada, in the late spring and early summer of this year. 1,185 more words



Roots, how important are they?

I woke up this morning at 3:33.  The number three stands for trinity, it is the number of God.  This led me to my subject today: Roots.  1,027 more words



This is from Glittersjå, cycling in the woods.


This 19 y.o. girl didn't know what to expect when she met up with these Syrian refugees. But boy was she surprised.

This 19 y.o. girl was surprised when she met up with her Syrian friends after they fled as refugees. She didn’t know what was going to happen next. 478 more words

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By Marielena Montesino de Stuart

At this dangerous time, when so many innocent people are dying at the hands of savage Islamic terrorists, I am extremely grateful for the readership, as well as the informative and enthusiastic comments that I receive from readers in the United States and around the world– who are deeply concerned about the socialism that has opened the doors to our current geopolitical catastrophe. 81 more words


Day Thirty Six

Being in the Artic Circle brings a few surprises.  It’s not the wilderness one might think.  It’s wild, certainly, but over 50,000 people live and work here, no doubt fettered from time to time by the weather.   802 more words


48 hours in Oslo, Norway


I arrive at Oslo Rygge late a night.

Nothing much to see here, just spending my evening travelling into the city (it takes around an hour) via bus and navigating to our apartment. 673 more words