(The prices I guess are reasonable if you consider the costs involved in transport, import, taxes, and selling it on markets throughout all of for a limited time period each year. At least it was far more affordable than the sold at another booth!)

Since I've been running behind on my Daily Photograph entries, here's one of and , taken on a warm evening in of #2015 in the . Unfortunately I can't really take these kinds of pictures here in northern during summer, as it doesn't really get dark above the around now... something something .


Green Red Berries
Today's Daily Photograph is of some unripe red currant, photographed with my in , near the end of #2017.


Latin: Ribes rubrum
English: Red currant
Norwegian: Hagerips
Dutch: Aalbessen, rode bessen

They're starting to form on their shrubs now too, and with , they'll soon be ripe.

Today's Daily Photograph is taken through the window of an flying from to the back in of #2015.
It's an automated () merge by of 3 () shots taken with my , and shows one of the 's engines as well as the and below.


Today's Daily Photograph is of some pink flowers of which I'm sure @Siiw will know the name better than me, and a sea shell. The photo was taken in #2016 at in , .

It's a lovely area which houses some quite old buildings originally used for building boats and is home to the  and


The packaging on this shipment was atrocious... especially considering it contained Li-ion batteries for my controllers...

I guess that's what I get for ordering from .
Also, since it looks like these were shipped from the to , I'm surprised these took longer to ship than some of the other orders shipped on the same day...


I should really try as a again...
Don't really want to muck with my current Windows install, nor feel like resizing partitions to make space for a Linux install, so I guess I should see if I still have a spare disk I can reuse for this purpose.

Or, finally order an SSD, even if it's just a tiny one, for myself to use as primary boot device. If only hardware here in wasn't so much more expensive than I'm used to from the ...

Years ago I wrote this post with suggestions on what to do while visiting the , with a focus on things I liked to do there as a native person: blogspot.fixato.org/2013/08/th

I really need to write a follow-up to that, with some other things and places I have fond memories of, as well as places I like to visit in , , where I'm now residing.

Grattis med dagen ! Hipp, hipp, hurra!

Congratulations with your 205th !

Gefeliciteerd met de 205e / !

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I'm considering getting an , but with shipping to , 25% VAT, import taxes and hidden handling fees, it's likely going to end up at more than double of what the actually costs...
I guess I'll end up just getting the far less powerful 3B+ just because I can get that straight from a shop without waiting for a month not knowing what hidden extra handling fees from importing will be added.

Ah, yes, , when here in northern you can still expect to be shoveling fresh off your path before you can properly go out...
Not a fan of , no...


Fortunately the use of in products has been heavily restricted here in due to / EU regulations (even though Norway is not part of either): miljostatus.no/tema/kjemikalie

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