Having spent the last week remote working in a rural hut just south of Lillehammer I’ve been struck how much more at home I felt there than much of my time in Oslo since moving to Norway last year. I’ve experienced it other times in nature here too and realised only yesterday it’s because it’s universal; nature’s culture isn’t tied to a flag, language or set of customs — it follows loosely the same principles everywhere. Was quite a relief, finding home like that.

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