Christmas in Tjome, South of Oslo From Pat Morss


A bit late, but a few photos from our trip to my Norwegian wife’s sister and family for Christmas in Tjome, south of Oslo.  The food and drink are familiar to us here and go on for three days starting Christmas eve.  I’ll skip the family photos except for 3 generations of women, my wife, our daughter, and her grandmother 94.  The “lighthouse” is national historic re-creation of the original many centuries old “fire in a basket” at Verden’s Ende (World’s end) – I got a hazy sun instead.

Best, “Pat” Morss

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3 Responses to Christmas in Tjome, South of Oslo From Pat Morss

  1. Judy B. says:

    Beautiful! Thank you for sharing.

  2. Deb says:

    Love the little Nisse men family on the shelf, the beautiful Scandinavian blue and white china, the meat trays with aspic and of course the “gravad lax”- all familiar to me from years of Danish Christmas…beautiful to see. Love the lighthouse with your sun lighting it up! Perfect!

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