Dinglavatnet, 536 m.a.s.l

Just came home from a hike up to Dinglavatnet*! On the way up i realised what terrible shape I'm in, so there will be a lot more hiking in the future!

Dinglavatnet*- 536 metres above sea level, my towns water supply lake

Skageflå, Geiranger

Today me, my mum, sister and her two friends from her UWC-college went on a mesmerizing trip to Skageflå* in Geiranger. That place is so beautiful and full of adventures..

First we drove to the ferry, that took us to Geiranger in an hour through amazing landscape

Then we jumped on another ferry that dropped us off at Skageflå, where we walked in a steep hill for approx. 30 minutes. This was our walking view

Finally we reached Skageflå! It's an old dairy farm, with cute houses and a nice old couple fixing the roof

just imagine waking up to this

For my future visitors, this is what you can expect if you come for a visit! 

Skageflå*- This was where we hiked. The return track to Geiranger took us two hours and wasn't nearly as beautiful as the first 30 minutes up to Skageflå, but there are a couple of viewpoints.



This will be one of my last posts about russ, haha.

This is what we wear for 17 days, red pants and hoodies! We make the pants personal by ironing(?) our name on.

we do a lot of random stuff, like hanging up a shoe on a roadsign

 we got donuts sponsored twice!

we watched 3 football games, where we sat behind one of the goals on our van

we had nice nights on Årneset, where we had a barbecue and got drunk 

 we took some shots

we painted random people in the face with neon

we kidnapped a firstgrader

woke up some classmates

and the president

we woke a lot of people up

 and I had sports hangover with paint in my face

 we took selfies with random people

we painted the roof of our school gym (this is tradition),  we wrote #voldaruss14

This has been an amazing time with amazing friends. I miss our van <3 


through a fisheye

These photos were taken just a few days before russ started, with the fisheye lens i bought from ebay!

oii, listen to this 


Come, sweet May

Wooow, shiiiiiit. This last month has been a rollercoaster. I have now been a russ for 17 days, and I think 17 days was enough. There is so much to tell and so many photos to share!!

The adventure started April 30th, we started drinking at 1pm and I don't think I fell asleep until 5-6 am. During those hours a lot happened, but these are the two main events:

1. I got injured chasing kids throwing waterbaloons.. looks worse than it is, but I had to go to emergency room at the hospital to stich me up. I didn't feel any pain until the morning..

2. The christening! This is a very long tradition, making it official that we are russ. We all get a name that we write on our own hat, then the priest preach "I hereby christen you ..name.." and you get wine or another form of alcohol in you face. My name was "blackout", because I have had a couple of blackouts..

This photo was one of the first ones taken! happiness. "finally our turn to say cheers!"

we took some selfies

we also walked from where the christening was (Ørsta), and all the way to Volda! I didn't actually walk the entire way, but halfway.. :D

The rest of the night is a blur, except the trip to the hospital of course. 

To be continued!!