Pffff, that was a big project. But we are finally seeing the end of it. We moved across to our new house in Bridgewater, and have handed over our old place. And despite the fact that there are still many smaller jobs to be done, we now have most boxes out of the way and it is starting to look like a real home. And just so you know: we love it. So much more space and green here, and the neighbours actually come up to us to introduce themselves. Yes, this is a nice little town in the hills.

Our move coincided with the start of the winter. And since we are a good 600 meter higher than in the city, it’s no wonder that the nights get pretty chilly. We were told that by mid-winter the minimum night temperature can go down to 0°C !?!

Nora has done pretty well with all these big changes. Although she is still getting used to her new room, she is starting to enjoy her new environment. Our move also coincided with her starting to really walk. No stopping her now. Let her show you around in this video ...


Susan said…
Oooh it looks really great!! I wish you the best of luck with the new house! Seems wonderful :)
Must be great to have a garden to play in for Nora.
Many hugs
Anna said…
It´s really seems nice! I´m sure you will love living there. So much better for Nora as well. And with the big garden you won´t have any problems with what to do! =)
Love Anna

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