Trandumskogen (Trandum Woods)

One of the great things about living in Norway is the numerous places you can go for walks. There is always a park nearby even in Oslo. In the community where I live in, Ullensaker, a monument was made in honor of the men and women who defended Norway against the Germans during the second world war. After the war, it was used as a training camp by the military.

18 thoughts on “Trandumskogen (Trandum Woods)”

  1. Hi from Nz 🙂 Wow that is a beautiful place.. full of mystery. I wanted to come and say thank you and found these wonderful images.. Im going to go and look through the rest now 🙂

  2. HEI EVERYONE…
    I AM SORRY FOR NOT REPLYING RIGHT AWAY AND LEAVING A COMMENT ON YOUR BLOGS. I HAVE BEEN REALLY REALLY BUSY. BUT I HAVE BEEN READING YOUR BLOGS QUITE REGULARLY.

    THANKS FOR THE COMMENTS GUYS!

  3. Wow! I would love to visit Norway. For some reason, anything WWII just spikes up my curiousity.

  4. It seems that there is so much to be discovered in Norway. I really look forward to visit the country someday.

  5. Hi Al!

    You know what? In one of the parks we have around, we have walls similar to the second picture. It was used by the dutch military to train during WW2. Holes from bullet shots are still visible.

    regards from Holland!

  6. Since we have a dog i love to walks na, hehhe sarap ngang mag lakad sa lugar na yan, 🙂 Nice pics Al.

  7. Ohhh, reminded me that I should have gone for a walk today. Sunday and a must for a Norwegian you know! But have had to much to do – will do better next weekend:-)
    Thanks for taking us with you to yours and for thouse lovely pics!
    Wish you a lovely week:-)

  8. gusto ko yung last photo, parang frame whitin frame yung pagkakakuha ng picture.

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