Replica of a Viking ship built by guidance counselor Robert Asp, who wanted to honor his Norwegian heritage. Asp died soon after his initial voyage, and his children sailed it through the Great Lakes to New York and onto Norway. It now resides on permanent display at the Hjemkomst Center.
Replica of a Viking ship built by guidance counselor Robert Asp, who wanted to honor his Norwegian heritage. Asp died soon after his initial voyage, and his children sailed it through the Great Lakes to New York and onto Norway. It now resides on permanent display at the Hjemkomst Center. John Borge THE WASHINGTON POST
Replica of a Viking ship built by guidance counselor Robert Asp, who wanted to honor his Norwegian heritage. Asp died soon after his initial voyage, and his children sailed it through the Great Lakes to New York and onto Norway. It now resides on permanent display at the Hjemkomst Center. John Borge THE WASHINGTON POST

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