After a week or so mixed weather – snow, rain, warm(er) and cold, today we finally got ‘proper’ snow. And today we also had our all-important glatt kjøring course (smooth driving, ie. driving on snow and ice), which was fascinating and could be life saving!
Over the weekend we also got a taste of what happens when the road surface is below freezing and it rains. You get a sheet of ice which is almost impossible to stand up on, and we’re glad it was gone before we had to drive to service on Sunday morning.
Pictures below are taken over the last week. The light is amazing now we have snow, clouds and a low sun. However, driving requires much more concentration than before and it’s not so easy / safe to pull off by the road for pictures, so the photos are a bit ‘pedestrian’. The sunrise was taken at about 9am on Monday – the day it rained so there was no snow.