In 2004, Vigdis and Mikal Nordheim took over Camp Andvika in Vikna, NordTrøndelag, which was previously run by an elderly couple who had been serving their guests homemade pizza every night. “They had taken very good care of their customers, which was helpful for us because it meant there was already a customer base,” explains Vigdis. Today there are six cabins, which can host approximately 45 guests, and the major attraction that brings people to Camp Andvika is the sea fishing opportunities it provides. “From March until September, when the weather is good, our boats go two hours straight out to sea,” says Vigdis.