|This years "team" picture!|
But - one thing impress me even more. They fold over the Churchbooks without hesitation. Nothing stops them! Not even a book written by a minister with home-knitted Selbu-mittens and a terrible hangover from to much aquavit!
|Ginny looks and looks after her great great ... grandfather Ole Halvorsen in Nannestad|
|Steven works on documentation on his family tree from Gjerdrum and Hurum|
|Marilyn, Millie and Pricilla - three wonderful ladies with a passion for Genealogy. They are all genealogists in their Norwegian Region's Bygdelag, Marilyn in Gubrandsdalslaget, Millie in Totenlaget and Pricilla in Solørlaget|
|Mark is also a member of the Gudbrandsdalslag, but here he shows his interest in everything that has to do with books and local history. I showed him the Sørum Bygdebok, and he spent at least half an hour looking at the pictures and Aaaah and ooooh!|
|Marie is also from Solør-laget, and here she works her way in to the Grue church records|
|Marilyn tries to get some information from the bygdebok|
|And Sheila, she "totes for the Toten-lag" and helps where she can!|
This is the last night in my little cave no 1119 on the Plaza Hotel. It is dark outside, but all the lights makes my view look like a fairytale. It is beautiful!
|Utsikt fra godstolen|
This is not the worst place (for me) to ride out a snowstorm, (I have not even checked if there was one in Atlanta). Delta canselled my flight, and since Dear Hubby also checked if our travel incuranse covers my extra expences, I am happy as can be!
I got 24 more hours to enjoy the worlds best Genealogy Library - with a bunch of people so dedicated to Norway and Norwegian family history. I have had a wonderful week, with some really great people, and I have already decided that I will come back next year. At least for the Lag Week!
See you next year!!