The weather here has been very unusual, with pretty much no snow until last weekend. The last time there was so little was during WWII.
However, that changed on Sunday, with about 15cm / 6″. So, following the local advice to seize the opportunity, we had the seasons first ski trip on Monday, at Silsand on Senja. Whilst there, Sarah encountered a stylish ski, who was impossible to identify until he nearly ran her over:
Later, having figured out the focus, Sarah got these pictures with him:
The blue tinge to all the pictures is because we are now in mørketida (the couple of months of “dark time” when the sun doesn’t rise).
Turned out the ski trip was well timed, as in the evening the temperature rose above freezing, it began raining, and now everything is slush and ice.