My name is John Marius. I live in Oladalen, a tiny valley,
in a village called Flora. I have four siblings, which is a lot.
I am the oldest. We didn’t have many young neighbours.
The average age was 60 or 70. That made us siblings tight-knit. In winter, we get a lot of snow. Sometimes as deep as 1.5 or 2 meters. In the summer we get up to 30 °C. So mostly we walk around bare-chested,
just wearing shorts. The only reason people might have heard
of Flora is the salmon fishing here. And the most famous fisherman
in this valley is my father, Leif Arvid. He is known as the salmon king. There’s always a lot to learn when
I go fishing with my father. You always have to make sure you
get the angle right. You have to pull back the right amount.
The fly should be at the right spot. And when you cast, you need to let go
at the exact right time. My father often went to the river. So to
spend time with him I had to go, too. I grew up wanting to be like him,
doing what he does. Hay Day is a game
we can all play together, and it’s perfect that we can do something
we all like and are interested in. It’s probably no surprise, but my favorite activity
in Hay Day is fishing. It has advantages you don’t get from
fishing in the river. You soon catch fish and can use nets. It is great fun,
especially using mystery nets. And you don’t get oily hands! My father is the only one in the family
who doesn’t play Hay Day. It’s not an aversion against technology,
because he does like that. He just doesn’t feel any need to play.
He doesn’t understand that it can be fun. That it can be relaxing. It’s hard to tell,
but if my father had played Hay Day, he would have been
one of the best players ever. Because he is an incredible patient
and dedicated person. It takes a long time to get
the rarest items in Hay Day. But after 7 years I’ve finally got
Pearl of the Sea, which is the rarest item you can get. I am very proud of it, so I’ve given it
a good spot on my farm. Us kids are the next generation and maybe
we do things differently than my dad. But we still operate within the framework
created by him, my grandfather, my great grandfather and
my great great grandfather. SUSBCRIBE