Icelanders get their kicks on Route 66

An iconic American road trip with a Nordic perspective M. Michael Brady Asker, Norway Editor’s preface: Last spring, M. Michael Brady, correspondent for The Norwegian American and Oslo-area resident, learned that Moeidur Bernhardtsdottir (who goes by her nickname Moa) and her husband, Thorarinn Ørn Sævarsson (known by his middle name), members of the Icelandic diaspora prominent in Norway (as well as in Canada and the USA), were planning a late summer drive of Route 66. As the couple has a penchant for visiting curious places on their summer vacations, Brady realized that they would have a Nordic perspective on the experience that has become synonymous with American culture. So he asked them to take n
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M. Michael Brady

M. Michael Brady was born, raised, and educated as a scientist in the United States. After relocating to the Oslo area, he turned to writing and translating. In Norway, he is now classified as a bilingual dual national.

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