As we started our journey in Norway, we encountered breathtaking scenery, budget concerns, and the realization that we were driving each other just a little bit nuts.
We're channeling Ana and Elsa near the town of Arendal, Norway.
I stopped counting the number of times we pulled over so Brian could take pictures of sheep on the side of the road.
Dusk in Stavanger, Norway
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This large city park features the bronze, granite, and iron sculptures of the artist Gustav Vigeland. (Full disclosure: all nudes)
One of the more bizarre statues of this famous sculpture park - I would call this "Precarious Naked Swinging."
What we were left with after our pricey weeks in Norway
Overlooking beautiful Lysefjord waterway
That's Brian sitting out there on the edge of a 2,000 foot drop.
Translated "Pulpit Rock", you can see the reason for the name from this vantage point.
On the hike up to Preikestolen
A Norwegian national holiday marking the country's declaration as an independent kingdom after the Napoleonic Wars.
Many of the locals wear period clothing for the celebration.
This photo was taken before we got the check. He wasn't smiling so big afterward.