It’s bluebird! But why bluebird?

Some, if not many, of you will know that I am a life long ski bum. I know it is a passion that quite a lot of you share with me.

But for those who do not know here is a definition of bluebird

Snow and skiing have dictated the flow of my life.

I learnt to ski when I was no more than 4 years old and have never looked back.

I have lived in 2 different ski resorts, working both in marketing and as a ski guide.

I am an internationally qualified ski instructor who has previously taught many Norwegian children to ski downhill despite growing up in London.

It was in one of the ski resorts where I met my Norwegian ex, which eventually led to me moving to Norway. In all honesty I had to look at a map at that point of my life to know which one was Norway and which one was Sweden.

I still ski whenever the opportunity arises. Even if this has been a little more limited the last few years whilst my kids are very young. Though I will admit that I scored a few powder laps early on Monday morning before heading to walk.

My best friends are also my ski touring (topptur) group. This in itself is a fantastic combination as you implicitly trust those around you when going into more dangerous terrain.

So why all of this talk about snow and skiing? Simply put, I wouldn’t be out walking your dogs in the Oslo woods if it weren’t for this exact topic. Skiing has thankfully lead to these spectacular adventures we go on daily.

So with the sky’s a radiant blue colour and the sun beaming down on us, we headed out to adventure in the new snow.

And what fantastic adventures we had.

Doggies: Lexi, Bamse and Quila

Doggies: Trassel, Baileys and Haraka

Doggies: Sara, Samus, Wilma, Ronja and Isak

Doggies: Milli, Lucille, Fant, Wilma, Memphis and Ville (2 walkers)

Doggies: Pippi, Mari, Nola, Pippi and Saga

Doggie: Simba

Doggies: Sunny, Milli, Lucy, Leesi and Fridtjof

Doggies: Jello, Zoe, Nansen and Freia

Have a lovely evening with your doggies and we are back again in the morning for more dogwalking in Oslo nature.


Christina, Karianne, Linn, Veronica, Alex and Matt

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