A rare spot of color amidst all the white. Found this on the way to the Viking Ship Museum on the Bygdøy peninsula. We had to take a short ferry out to the peninsula and then walk for a bit to get to the museum.They estimate the ship was built about 890 A.D.
It's in remarkable for shape for something over a thousand years old.
Loved the shadows on the walls.
Our end of summer gathering was fairly well attended tonight at a co-worker's gorgeous, large, old Victorian home. Most of my co-workers were able to come and we ate pizza and cupcakes and tried orange creamsicle margaritas. While we
quickly drank sipped our yummy drinks, we talked about all the things that happen in a small town. Laughed at some of the antics of the more colorful people in our lives. Toasted the end of a successful summer reading program at all levels, kids to adults. And sipped some more creamy, orange-y drink.
Those margaritas were delicious on a hot summer night.
And you thought all librarians did was shush people.