During the explorations and tours of their MEMORIA NORWAY project,
SpringerParker will update the LOGBOOK on a regular basis.
It documents their route and events in forms of photos and descriptions
that are sent directly via the mobile phone to this website.

Clicking at the geographical data to the left of the entries lets you follow their ROUTE on the map.

Here you will find the LOGBOOK ARCHIVE of the previous explorations and tours


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Thanks for a wonderful time!

We are back in Berlin. We had a great time at Kirkenes and brought home some wonderful memories. This team photo Stefan Daub took in front of one of the giant buckets from a mining excavator which now serves as a bus stop at Bjørnevatn. (top, left to right) Bob Heuvelmans, Bram Stadhouders, Viktor Orri Árnason, Louis Bona, Karl Jóhann Bjarnason, Bjarni Frímann Bjarnason, Eduard Demidov, Springer, Lilly Jørstad - (bottom) Anatolii Skuratov, Parker, Vladimir Varnava, Nikolay Alexeyev, Semen Ruban. Unfortunately missing in this photo: Adrienne Hart and Robert Raths who were organizing the rest of the dancers costumes. Thank you all for a wonderful time!

Pizza anyone?

We are on our way back to Berlin. We are passing a Dr. Oetker factory. You will find Dr. Oetker pizzas in every supermarket's deep freeze department in Scandinavia. For some people Dr. stands for healthy.

Where it all began

Well, at least for one of us. Springer was born here in Oldenburg/Holstein. And a few days ago, very close to here, his cousin Peer Ville, a new Springer, was born. Congratulations and a Happy Birthday!

Cold storage

Our perfect travel speed lies slightly below the ones of Scandinavian cold storage trucks.

Saturday Night Fever

Saturday night somewhere in Sweden. No one here.

The case of the missing bathroom window

Did we tell the story from our very first Memoria Norway trip in 2008, when the bathroom window of the camping car suddenly decided to fly down into one of these fjords? Sad story, that thing might still be out there somewhere. We didn't have a logbook back then.

No luck in Sweden

There is something about Swedish snow that gets the car stuck at some point during the trips. Always a challenge moving nearly 7 tons of mobile home.

The view

The Hornön Highcoast Bridge, a must have entry in our logbook. A beauty, isn't she?

Cloud Nine

And today's first prize in cloud design goes to Rovaniemi.

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