Wednesday 1 January 2014

Reflecting back on 2013, it seemed as if it was a quiet year particularly in comparison to the last few.  There were no weddings or transcontinental moves and life in Norway was easy, not throwing us many curveballs.  While there have been times when I've wondered if we've settled into too much of a routine, I'm really quite grateful to have a year of stability.  This is what allowed us to travel and my goodness, did we travel!

2013 saw us taking full advantage of our position in Europe and putting Joe's vacation days to good use.  While it may have left a fairly healthy dent in the bank account, it sure was worth it.  From exploring a bit more of Norway to jetting off on weekends for city breaks to longer sojourns in the most gorgeous of locations, it will be a year to remember.

Thank you for your support over the last year and here's to more adventure, travel, growth, and learning in 2014.  

Godt Nyttår!

(As always, the above photos are my own.)

I also made a 15 second Flipagram if you're interested.


  1. Wonderful pictures Jay! You did quite some traveling to great locations:-) Wish you all the best for 2014! Hugs

  2. What a year!!! Here's to a lovely 2014 for you guys! :)

  3. Wow you have traveled to so many beautiful places! Can't wait to see all the places you go in 2014!

  4. Looks like a great year to me! I hope 2014 is just as good to you!

  5. These are beautiful pictures! What a year of travel for you. I'm jealous! ;]

  6. what a great year of travel you guys have had! i miss traveling so much!

  7. I've been reading your blog for a bit, but the last few posts have been fun to read because I traveled to Brussels, Interlaken and Grindelwald this year too. Still have yet to make it to the Stavanger area - but soon! There are some iconic hikes that I am dying to do down there.


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