My wife, my sister, my cousin, and I (aged 66 to 73 at the time) stayed at the Beim Farm for six days in June 2011. We were searching for information on our ancestors who immigrated from Hafslo and we wanted to experience farm house life in the area. I was somewhat concerned, given our ages and my limited mobility. It was much more I expected, and with my being a retired military officer, I demand quite a lot. Although not new (built in the 1890s) the house was very sturdy, extremely clean and neat, and very spacious. The furniture was very comfortable and plentiful, and everything was maintained in excellent condition. The landowners were fantastic, always available, very helpful and extremely knowledgeable of the local people and the area. Through their personal efforts, we were able to learn of and meet some of our Norwegian cousins that we never knew existed. We even met some of the landlady and landlord’s children and we all became very good friends. We still communicate with them by email to this day. Although I have not been back since 2011, my sister and her daughter stayed there again last summer and enjoyed their stay immensely.