Very useful for those, like me, who love circus and circus arts. Gleder meg til se deg igjen i november, for da er det akkurat 4 rRead more
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Thanks to those whom attended and a huge Thanks to Coach Kris and Coach Deedra for a fantastic weekend. Now referred to as the "cap ski "Read more
Spring fitness troms
the effort to go out - putting on your snow gear, walking to the bus stop, riding the bus, going to the movies, the cafe, the library, then home again and un-suiting is worth it! Cindy Sinewan (motociclista giramondo minube stato uno di quei siti che, come viaggiatore e fotografo, mi ha scatenato un amore a prima vista.
How to Survive the Dark, winters - My Little Norway
Audials has been the number one Windows software for Internet radio for over 10 years now. After school, it is dark but the kids play in the snow. So, even the streets are very festive and beautiful in Norway. Also in the city the Christmas lights are lit at the beginning of the dark season, right before Advent, and stay on until mid-January. You can play and download the hits individually or grab them all at once. Reflectors are very important during the Polar Nights. This means you can get plenty of new music from Audials in a matter of minutes. Top hits are shown highlighted in the search results. Days are spent trekking in the mountains, boating, bike riding, and sunbathing.
Top Songs Feature for the Music Search, tell Audials your music taste (by giving it a reference song, for example) and Top Songs will create a playlist of songs that match your taste via the music search. The side of the full moon is very bright in the northern sky which also reflects on the snow and the water. Depending how high you are above the Arctic Circle, near noon-time for an hour or so the light of the sun peeks over the horizon, lighting up the white landscape.