Friday, 28 February 2014
After a remarkably mild winter (though also remarkably wet and windy), there was a chill in the air today. It brought me to look at wintery postcards ad I came across the picture of a Sami girl with her reindeer.
The Sami are indigenous people in Norway and also the northern parts of Sweden, Finland, and Russia. Their main traditional occupation is herding reindeer but they also fish, trap for fur, and herd sheep. The herding of reindeer is allowed only for Sami people.
This is a post for Postcard Friendship Friday hosted on Beth Niquette's blog, The Best Hearts are Crunchy.