Hi All. My wife and I took our annual one hour drive to a local mountain restaurant to celebrate our anniversary late in November. There is a store attached to the restaurant where tourists and the local natives like ourselves can buy some gifts and Christmas stuff this time of the year. I took a few photos you might like.
I’m not sure who used this bike carrier, butI can’t imagine it was an adult as it was a bit smaller than a large tricycle.
These chairs were interesting, but not very refined.They were probably done very fast to be profitable
The ubiquitous Norwegian trolls. The big one is about 9 or 10 ft. tall.
and finally a unique horse head bench. This one seemed truly original to me.
NORWEGIAN WEATHER REPORT (A must have, especially for those living in Arizona)
We woke up to this
And this. The door is to my workshop
We even had visit from this little fellow who was out on pre-Christmas training round.
This was one of my first scroll saw projects. I made 4 sets of these and we had Christmas workshop with our grandkids, their other grandmother and her other grandchildren. We sat and painted them along with a bunch of other decorations. It was a bit messy, but lots of fun and camaraderie. We did that for a few years when our grandkids were a lot younger.
I hope you enjoyed these photos. I would like to wish all of you A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR !!*
-- Mike, an American living in Norway.