Waterfall from the start of the walk
Last Sunday the weather was lovely and we decided to stop for a little walk on our way down from the wedding.
As we were close to Svandalsfossen, a lovely waterfall, we thought it would be nice to walk up to have a look.
The waterfall is at it’s most impressive when the snow on the mountains are melting, but I thought it was a great slight in autumn as well. It sure was noisy enough!
We now enter October and summer is most defenetly over and autumn is really here. As the end of September brought the autumnal equinox the days are now shorter than the nights. And here up north we have lovely bright summer nights, but we also have very dark winters and autumns.
October does not look like it will be a more quiet month than the previous two. But yet again it looks like it will be busy, but filled with a lot of interesting and fun.
I start off October by recording a test piece with my band to see if we can qualify to play in a better section next National Championship. We are not too concerned with weather we qualify or not, but it was a good thing to have on the program at the start of the season.
Next weekend I am going to be mad of honour at a wedding a few hours away. The balchelorette party I held for the bride-to-be last week was very fun and the bride-to-be and all the guests seemed to enjoy. I plan to take a car up to the wedding and make a little road trip out of it.
My work will also require me to travel a little this month. I will be doing new things that I have not done too much of yet. I am very much looking forward to this.
I wish you all a great month ahead!