Category Archives: Scenes of Oman

Wanderingquilter’s 2012 in review

Thank you, everyone who has visited my blog in the past year.  Thank you for your comments, making me really realize that there is someone out there and urging me to continue and to get better at this. Thank you … Continue reading

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Snoopy Got Wet…..

and so did I! Today it is dull and rainy – typical Stavanger winter weather.  I had to go down to the Tax Office to take in a letter confirming my degree – and I decided to combine it with … Continue reading

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From Muscat to Stavanger…… The Longest Day

Noon, and the packers STILL hadn’t shown up!  They  promised they are on the way…. but we were booked to fly out that night.  Packing boxes everywhere, piles of things that need to be in the air shipment or in … Continue reading

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Moving Day

Well, the big day is finally here, insha’allah. This is Arabic for God willing, and one hears it all the time. There have been times in the past months when I have wondered if He really is.  There have been … Continue reading

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It’s A Go!

After patiently (impatiently?) waiting for almost four months, we have finally got our go-ahead to move to Norway!.  Visa and residency approved, flights booked.  This process began the beginning of October! It’s not that we are eager to leave Oman … Continue reading

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Two Ancient Towns

After leaving Sinaw market, and stopping to picnic under a tree, we started on our way home. Along the way, we came to a village – the two towers on a hill  with another close by looked intriguing, so we … Continue reading

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We Made It – Sinaw Thursday Market

Take two – the following weekend – Dec. 29, we headed out to Sinaw again – for the Thursday market.  This is the day when the Bedouin come in to town to sell their camels, cattle, sheep and goats, and … Continue reading

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