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About fjällvandring

"jeg elsker Norge, landets dialekter, folk, landskap og naturen!"

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Hey, my name's Linden, I'm a Scots-English student who lives in Cumbria. I've been exploring underground places since I was very young and went to Wales with my parents. Why am I interested in mines? -They are a valuable part of our history, which are interconnected with our past. -Mines to me, are beautiful places, whether it be the artwork of rusting iron against the tunnel wall, or the sheer magnitude of some chambers, they are without doubt mind blowing places, which offer good artistic and photographic oppertunities too. - Underground places are special, they allow us to be in closer contact with geology, and the earth. People have thought of caves as sacred places for tens of thousands of years, I tend to value this idea whenever I go underground. Besides mines I like doing art, learning languages, and chemestry, human psychology, neuropsychology, music, attempting to play instruments, and parties.. sometimes. Oh and dancing. I know a lot of people probably speak Welsh on here, I speak a little, better at Norwegian/Swedish, Icelandic, Gaelic, and a few Native American languages

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Location Carlisle, Cumbria Avatar of fjällvandring

Occupation Student
Joined 05/03/2012
Posts 308 [View Posts]

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