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My story - Kirsten ‘Eli’ Huppler

Published: November 12, 2017

Det var en gang… Once upon a time… there was a young girl, who was a very particular eater. While her parents often struggled to convince her to try new foods, they found it was quite easy to convince her to go off to summer camp. All they had to do was assure her that at Norwegian camp, “You’ll eat mostly fish and potatoes!”

Ukens oppskrift - Agurksalat

Published: November 10, 2017

As the weather gets colder the food seems to get heavier. The beautiful thing about agurksalat is that it is perfect any time of year! A lovely side dish to any meal… plus it is super easy to make.

My story - Obadiah ‘Olaf den hemmelige’ Brown-Beach

Published: November 5, 2017

My own personal journey has led me in all sorts of directions: to and fro, here to there, often unplanned and largely unexpected, sometimes lost, occasionally alone, often roaming to new places to explore a particular way of life, only to continue onwards as though searching for some of the mysteries of existence buried amidst a landscape, a city, a culture, a language, or in the connections one might make along the way.

My story - Amy Synnøve Boxrud

Published: October 22, 2017

Like many others who have already shared their Skogfjorden stories, I can honestly say that my 10+ summers at CLV have significantly contributed to who I am today.

My Story—Kyle Kåre Gjeruldsen

Published: October 22, 2017

My interest in Norway was due to my grandfather. He was my hero and my best friend. I knew that if he came from Norway then it must be a pretty great place. He first took me on a trip to Norway when I was eight years old.

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