So I think I was astute in purchasing a snakeskin wallet since cash has a twofold edge sword I should be ensured with something that recognizes what that is about like an I have chopped down trees from Hemlock and gathered the Bark and you heat up the Flag I’m not yelling I’m a norwegian that’s how we talk sweater bark to get tannin which is utilized to tan conceals This is the manner by which the principal pioneers treated leathers so I know how this goes at whatever point I purchase something that is by all accounts intriguing and I clarify something about it the following thing that happens is individuals begin recommending that I have to attempt to do it without anyone else’s help and no I don’t have to attempt to do anything myself I know splendidly well why I purchased this as opposed to purchasing a moronic wallet that was a few clients thought that I don’t think can be miserable to of helped me at all so this is my concept of the snakeskin is 100% my thought. @ Pilesgrove Township, New Jersey. Norwegian banner vessel tanker “Champion Trader” called Zamboanga to stack CRUDE CNO for a fare at Interco Zamboanga terminal on 24th April 2019 and left on 26th April 2019. Yours really as going to specialists for and for Inter-Asia Marine Manila. Looking forward on her next voyage to Zamboanga (Photo credit to Marine Traffic)
Only two days to go until Norway’s Constitution Day on 17 Mai (Mai is ‘May’ in Norwegian)! For some of you that might not mean so much. For others, you might be taking part in the celebrations here in Norway or abroad. My first ever 17 Mai was in Plymouth, England as a study abroad university student. I was head of the international society and I wanted to celebrate the day for my (then) Norwegian boyfriend. It was complete with a giant cookie frosted to look like the Flag I’m not yelling I’m a norwegian that’s how we talk sweater Norwegian flag. Everything turned out well – we even got married a few months later. My second 17 Mai was in Bergen. I got to experience firsthand all the hype: the Buekorps/marching band, the parade, the bunad/traditional dress, the songs, and, of course, the food. It was magical, even under all the rain. Fast forward and I’ve taken part in celebrations in Mozambique, Italy, and now in Rollag – our little part of Norway. It’s a joy to see the traditions, celebrations, excitement, and memories being made every time. And, the fact that I get to celebrate two national days (the other being the 4th of July) feels pretty special! I’ll be sure to share highlights of the day with you all on Friday, so stay tuned. And feel free to share how you celebrate this day and your photos. Love seeing the whole Norsk community gathering all over the world!