Reading the Bible on Norwegian Roads


Bike riding thru the Bible?! 🙂

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USASome long, sleepy road in Arizona

After a wedding in January of 2013 a friend and I started in Tuscon, AZ, and drove home to Houma, LA. With no need to watch out for party vans, alligators, or Louisiana drivers, driving through Arizona, New Mexico, and West Texas quickly became a long, dead-boring journey home.

article-0-1FC9E8CF00000578-438_964x640Trollstigen (above) is part of a Norwegian road that connects the town of Åndalsnes in Rauma to the village of Valldal in Norddal Municipality.

This is Norway. Besides ice, mountains, and moose, Norwegian roads aren’t so scary (hint: they’re the safest). Once I learned stick shift, these roads were almost fun (until the two-lane road turns into a one-and-a-half-lane road… and there’s a semi coming toward me…). If you’re going to drive for 5 hours, these roads will likely keep you focused and awake while you drive.

The straight roads that run throughout America are easy, and we often treat…

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