(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
[self-storage] 17 May 2005 Bjørn Gabrielsen moves to a cottage in Nordmarka, without electricity and inlet water. He should manage himself, with only simple tools and muscle power at his disposal. One year in the forest has resulted in the book Veien ut: One man, one forest, one year, no plan.
A lonely man and an old hut. One can hardly find a more Old Norse motif, and Gabrielsen portrays the role as a real Norwegian in an exemplary way. He cultivates the land, hews. . .
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