On the West Coast of Norway, where I grew up, there are a lot of fjords.
In these fjords, there are often only one road in.
That, again, makes it only one road out.
In one way, it makes these small societies look very cozy.
On the other side, they are very voulnerable.
It only takes one land- or rockslide to isloate the whole community.
And that happens on a regular basis along the coast.
Sometimes no power.
But the people always stay calm.
“No worries. We’re doing fine”.
It usually takes a day or two to get the road opened again.
And life moves on pretty smoothly.