18.2.09



Going up north again. This time not so far up, but to snow we hope. By train tomorrow.

Wonder how it would be to live in something like this, or this.

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31 comments:

Brita said...

Have you seen the film, The Story of the Weeping Camel? It's set in Mongolia and really made me want to go and live in a yurt in the middle Mongolian desert. It's such a great film.

em said...

weee, have fun! klä er nogsamt rejält! :)

(har en gammal classmate som bor i ett liknande såntdär... såndär jurta! han är webdesigner o kör laptopen på solceller!) :D

Janine said...

These are beautiful images.

melinda said...

these photos are stunning.

mrs boo radley said...

Heavenly.

Julia said...

Ja, det är vackert med snö...men jag vill ha vår och vitsippor i stället...Fryser gör jag.
Hoppas ni får fina dagar..

Stacey said...

Lovely lovely images.

Veja cecilia said...

underbara snöbilder! Förmodligen skulle det vara väldigt mycket mer primitivt att leva i en såndär, men säkerligen en utmaning. Är det semesterplanen?

Pia Johansson said...

Ja, det finns ju en underbar film om livet i en jurta, och en hund, va sjutton är det den heter?
Vackra snöbilder.

hannna said...

oh those jurtas are amazing! and the clothes they use. and the hairdos. i've seen the weeping camel movie too. and older photos are so nice. and still they look the same.

gini said...

i want to create a community with these homes!!!!and horses and organic homegown food! what do u think???
love and happiness to u elisabeth...

gini said...

'homegrown' food sorry ,wrong spelling im writing with one hand as the other hand holds my baby......heehee

gracia said...

Charming photos, both of them.
Have fun...

Esti said...

snow country fields are so beautiful :)

dejolilou said...

I like so much to come here ! It's a very pleasur...

sara said...

beautiful photos.

la casita de wendy said...

i love yurtas, you can carry them with you, its the nomads home...

Maria and Vincent said...

beautiful !

MamaShift said...

Well, the last time I did it I was 7 months pregnant. Very uncomfortable. For the most part, it's cozy. But there are also food smells, animal parts hanging around, stuff like that. I love the image I have of a little girl taking her book from a plastic bag stuffed into one of the wooden frame beams.
Here's the story of pregnant in a yurt: http://travelshifts.blogspot.com/2008/02/longwinded-tale-of-two-quilts.html :-)

Lisen said...

som emma sa, ja precis - han bor i en sk Mongolisk Hjort! Har inte varit där själv men sett foton. Han har gardiner o allt man behöver ;)

Kom o ta vår snö. Gratis, varsågoda!

Anna at D16 said...

beautiful pictures, elisabeth! xo

Fine Little Day said...

Brita, saw the trailer on youtube, looks like something I would like. Thanks for the tip.

Emma o Lisen, så han bor i en jurta, wow skulle vilja besöka. Vi tackar, och tar gärna emot lite (eller mycket) snö ;)

Pia, menar du månne den ovan nämda, The Story of the Weeping Camel?

Gini, a jurta community sounds like an appealing idea. Thank the baby for given you good simultaneous capacity ;)

MamaShift, I´m coming over to your place to check out your jurta experience...

Kaylovesvintage said...

more holidays, sounds great

valerie said...

i would love to live in one of those handmade homes! have a wonderful trip!

livetsomfamilj said...

Så vackert.

outi said...

so beautiful photos. well, as always in your blog:) i really enjoy!

comfies said...

most stunning. blog. ever.

Duermevela said...

:) photos to dream...

Edie said...

These photos are so beautiful!! They emanate peace and serenity..
love your blog! :)

Ciara said...

What beautiful photos Elisabeth. Have a lovely weekend!

K. Sundari said...

Oh so crisp and clean and white! Lovely. Have a nice time.