They do look sweet, but the one with the trees, well, I think that might become a little...top heavy!!Have a wonderful day!
These are wonderful pictures Heidi. I love the first picture with the different colored, different shaped houses, but I love the ones with the vegetation on top. You could have your own Christmas tree on top of your house!! Hope you have a wonderful day. Hugs, Diane
Beautiful! Starr Hill in Juneau kind of looks like your picture - the colorful houses nestled on the hillside!
You would like switzerland a lot then, they are so similar!
Love these pictures Heidi! Yes, this piece of Europe is soooooo beautiful,..want to live there ;O)Groetjes,Maren
Beautiful! Both of my grandparents on my Dad's side are from Norway, so I have a bit of a soft spot for it. Thatch roofs are quite common in northern Germany and it is also common to plant succulents and such on flat roofs. Nothing like what is pictured here though.
love these houses! I think I could totally live there
Heidi, I love the second photo....I could live there! It all looks so peaceful.Hope you had a nice Easter weekend!Chris :o)
Hmmm not landscaped roofs in my neck of the woods!!Victoria xx
Hi Heidi,What a beautiful country Norway is! It's still on my wish list. Love to see the Fjords one day. Hope you had a lovely Easter with your family? We had tea with the family yesterday and went to our garden today. I painted the garden table. The set is almost finished now. I hope it will look pretty. Otherwise I done all the trouble for nothing ;-)!Happy evening & lieve groet, Madelief xI hope your parcel will arrive soon now!!!
What a lovely post. I love that little house in the country its so very sweet and quirky and with plants on the roof well trees it just makes you smile. I have never seen grass on the roof of a house before ;-)) Have a lovely week, dee x
Those rooftops made me think of the sod houses they used to have in western Kansas. What pretty villages in Norway! I'd like to live there too.
Oh I want to live there too..so delightful.Hugs my friend. xoxxo
How extraordinary are these house, I love the white one with the pines growing fro the roof. Amazing, thanks for sharing these wonderful photos, Tam x
These are all so beautiful!! I think it would be a really place to visit. I also wanted you to know that I have hit a milestone on my blog and am having an all natural organic giveaway and I would love for you to enter.
I could live in Norway too...and in anyone of those houses.Lou xxx
Wonderful photos - beautiful country and houses.Not normal in England to grass roofs - we like to keep our lawns manicured and how would we get up there to mow?! ;o)Lovely post!
I too could live in any of these houses.....they are so sweet! x
I adore norway. I want to go and stay.
oh wow, I want to visit so bad.
Gorgeous images. I could live in any of those homes too.Pam x
these are wonderful pictures,heidi!!! hugs, angie
What a beautiful country! I'd love to go there some dayIsabelle x
not too common, that growth on rooftops, no, but it is very, very lovely, isn't it? daren't think about the poor roof, though? how are you, miss??n♥
Fabulous insulation, i just can't imagine mowing my roof??!! My parents have had the lucky pleasure of going to Norway a few times, they love it, it's amazing. Love Posie
I would love to visit Norway~ I am part norwegian so it would be fun to see my heritage~ Hugs,Rachel French Farmhouse 425
Hello Heidi,Beautiful place , i would love to visit it!
Hi Heidi!Hope you are well, just popped in to see you!Have just had Logan cut,finally - he was such a hairy bear, now he looks a prince!Will post some pics soon - hope all well with you and yours, and hope George is being good!Gill xx
Oh yeah,the comments are working again!Your wonderful pictures make me feeling to move to other countries. My favourite countries would be sweden, denmark, norway and england. I love to see other countries, towns and villages. Hope I´m able to make more trips in the future. What is your favourite holiday country?I wish you a warm and sunny sunday and a wonderful mothers sunday (of course I must work, grrr).kisses, Tanja
Oh definately! Those pictures are amazing, like a fairy tale village. I hope you are well..xx
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These are absolutly amazing!! No wonder so many great Fairy Tales came from there!!!
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