When I grew up in Norway we would always go for hikes every Sunday. In the winter it would be cross-country skiing. Going for ‘på tur’ is almost a cultural event for Norwegians. It could translate to mean going for a walk or a field trip or hiking, but that would just be the literal translation and not quite give the full meaning, but it always use of active transportation and a lookout for nature outdoors.Add a comment
If you are on Instagram I hope you will join us for a fun photo contest. I have teamed up with 19 other outdoor family bloggers and we have amazing giveaway prizes for outdoor loving families. We are happy to be a host and one of the sponsors for this contest and we are looking forward to see all your outdoor family photos.
Our giveaway are a family pack of safety reflectors (10 safety reflectors) value 25 $ and 4 reflective slap wraps value 25 $.
I remember my childhood pre- Christmas time and my advent calendar. Now that I’m a mother myself, I love to create and carry-on traditions for my children. The holiday time is such a great time to create new family traditions. For this year’s Advent calendar, our family was inspired by nature. If you have followed me a little before, you know I have a special love for bringing nature inside whenever I get the chance.
No bad weather, only bad clothing
Dressing right for the weather is the key to enjoying outdoor adventures both for adults and children. For the active outdoor adult, it has long been the consensus that layering is the best system for comfort and warmth. With multiple layers you can adjust the combination to the weather and the level of exertion and changes in temperature.
We have had great fun in our outdoor playgroup lately. Five years after my first outdoor playgroup with my first-born daughter, I’m starting a new group in a new neighborhood with my second daughter. Last Monday we had fun collecting pinecones on our hike and decorating them.Add a comment
I don’t know if you remember my advise about planting Kale for your fall garden. Anyways, our kale has been growing well and yesterday it was time to harvest some of it. My daughter came home from school and she picked the kale and made kale chips with me. If didn’t grow kale in your garden this fall, you can get it in your local farmers market.Add a comment