Following text is actually written in norwegian but this is a translation:
"Hello, my name is Michel Larsen, turning 30 very soon. This is not really what I expected my life would look like five years ago...
I have adapted well, I must say! With all the lockdowns and Oslo's fall, the death of my family in Sweden and in Norway has takens its toll on my psyche, yea, but I am still alive, heh.
Not too long ago I did meet some old classmates of mine back when I went into elementary school. They all had kids and their wives with them, I was so happy to see that! I wish I had a family, that's been
very important to me for a very long time. I still hope to meet someone that I can share my life with, even during this life.
All I can do is to do my best to survive, love God and press on. I am very hungry nowadays, my rations are running out on this camping site that's pretty secluded... Nyheim is a lovely place, I came here for fishing but then the lockdowns came and blah, blah, blah. Why am I even writing this? For myself? It's been pretty rehabilitating, because I am so lonely. I have barely seen anyone for the last two years. Maybe twelve people in total? Two of those were police, one man and a woman.
Well, what remained of them, they were infected so I had to put them down with my great grandfather's rifle, a beautiful German eagle branded Kar98K.
Anyway, stay safe Michel. Thank you Michel.
Picture one: When Michel's walking through the lands
Picture two: When he enjoyed some swimming
Picture three: A photo he took last time he was out fishing with his father in 2017