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Reflections from a Swede in Norway.

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Published: Saturday 2005-04-23.

After having spent the morning doing my laundry and tidying up my flat (yes, on occasion I do such things) I was off on a small trip to Sognsvann, a nice open-air activities area just beyond the city limits (easily accessible using the underground). We were a bunch (about ten, I think) of foreigners from Opera that felt like it was time to celebrate that spring has arrived, by having a small picnic.

The sun was quite warm, but sometimes it vanished into the clouds and then I was happy that both had a long-sleeved sweater and a jacket on. But it was nice, the big advantage of living in Oslo is that nature is so easily accessible. In the summer, Sognsvann is a popular place for taking a swim, but I think it’s still a bit too early for that...

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