Wednesday, May 18

Dear Trygve, are you aware of what it costs to operate a simple cabin chalet in today’s electricity market?

Dear Trygve, maybe it’s time to listen a little to us extraordinary and?

Debate
This is a debate post. Opinions in the text are at the writer’s expense.

Ordinary people’s turn, you sort of. What about us a little more unusual?

We who with our alpine lodges and luxury chalets actually keep the high mountains going? Who pays for the “polo shirt” to gain access to everything from sauna-dried reindeer lichen to overpriced cottage plots, and allows the farmers to live like lafte barons for the rest of their lives …

Are you, Trygve, aware of what it costs to operate a simple cabin chalet in today’s electricity market?

First, the ceiling height. Most chalets and lodges have a ceiling height of about 4-5 meters-ish. Which gives a wonderful feeling of sitting outside with the sky as a roof. (Perfect for us nature lovers who like to be inside.)

But to keep a decent lukewarm on 250 cubic living room costs. Especially when you should also have a certain number of downlights to achieve full “starry sky effect”.

Not to forget the hand-blown chandelier that will hang like a huge full moon #chaletmusthave under the rod shaft.

(It happens that the one out there does not deliver. That it is half, or hiding behind the “upstairs” to the neighbor #moodymoon.)

In addition, we like to shower. Preferably in a rainfall shower. (If you have extensions, you will not get the hair treatment without.)

And do not say that we can shower cheaper at night! We are not interested in first price power.

We want real quality energy produced by alpha rivers that once cascaded roaring down the mountainside! When it suits us.

Jacuzzis #mountainpond should be on 24/7 because we never know when we will arrive. If we have the ice bath on Bygdøy on Wednesday, for example, we will be able to jump in the fur vest, sit in the Tesla and, well ahead, pick up a suitably tempered Lambrusco #winterbubbles in the wine cabinet before we crawl up into a 38 degree delicious, heated mountain lake. In good time before the queue.

Then we need a double dishwasher, simple catering and access to an illuminated ski arena with a snow cannon and cold cream dispenser. Uplights and sidelights so we find the right chalet. Heating cables in driveway, grease shed and sun wall. (Remember! Moonboots in gold are slippery!)

And do not come with the eternal whining that outdoor light destroys the starry sky #solastyear. In nine out of ten cases, it is actually (also here) the ascendant who is to blame. Yes yes. Especially if it’s in the virgin and you’re in between men.

Quote of the week horoscope in Tara: “The love life will be on a historic flame until mid-May.” In stark contrast to electricity prices. And a little late for the monster bill.

So dear Trygve, maybe it’s time to listen a little to us extraordinary and?


Series creator Lene Hval is behind the comics about Nora Helmer, which you can read on Aftenposten.no. Nora Helmer has too his own Facebook page.

Reference-www.aftenposten.no

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