Two barrels of waste oil hidden under our barn. I managed to move them just outside in order to get the pump pipe down into them. About 1000 rounds for each barrel to emtpy them. Now just have to call the waste oil company to come and get it. Actually, we get money for handing in waste oil, so it is a win-win for both us and the environment.
Like two days ago, Roar did his stuff yesterday afternoon as well.
Picture taken on the 20'th of September, down by "Øya" where the kids at Løken primary school are spending time during their outdoor days. We took a trip down there together with Siri and my father. The field was flooded and while there my father saw a fish leaping out of the water in between the grain.
The extreme weather called Roar is making it rain cats and dogs up north, but here it makes the sky light up like this
Some more pictures can be found here http://www.vg.no/protokoll/ekstremvaret-roar-lager-disse-skyene/1919/
Elin's uncle Jørgen and his Volvo PV, the picture made me think of the song Old Man by Neil Young...
....Love lost, such a cost,
Give me things
that don't get lost.
Like a coin that won't get tossed
Rolling home to you...
The Volvo has not been tossed, and it is still rolling...
And here is another car that has not been tossed, the old truck that used to belong to Elin's father, now to Elin's uncle. He was sick today, so me and my father in-law had to drive it to Bjørkelangen to deliver grain at the mill