Then to the holmenkollen ski jump!
This guy was just asking for it.
Good form but wow, are those skis from the stone age?
Quite the mannequin.
We actually got to the museum quite early so we walked around in the blizzard with absolutely no one around. 'Twas lovely!
They're very proud of their Amundsen in Norway. He was a cool guy!
And then suddenly I ran off in a direction towards... something. Hills+snow+lots of skiing history+snowcat (all very not in Denmark) = me happy
Walking the fine line between traction and despair.
A pretty machismo skier in the skiing museum.
The correct way to ski if you're a skiing soldier in the 1700's
Loved this cartoon
At the top of the ski jump. Cold, windy, and very snowy. Lots of fun though!
The world's longest ski and pole.
then back into Oslo for the Rick Steve's guided walk. C 4 is everywhere (after all it was called christiania until early 1900's!)
Looking up at the palace where someone royal is home (flag is flying)
A ridiculously cute sculpture
The town hall with nordic myths at the entrance.
Miss you MGB!
Then off to the Grnerl¿kka district for another Rick Steves walking tour!
The next day, back on the ferry to the Norsk Folkemuseum!
Lots of little houses for little people.
A model of the wine store from the 20's. The lady looks very stern.
Then back at the hostal packing up to depart the next day. The light was amazing.
It had been a busy few days!