Victor Johnson had made four goals when yet a youth: to fly an airplane, to go to college, to go to Norway to see where his family stories began, and to be at the places and walk the paths told of in biblical stories. As a child living on the homesteaded land, he was a part of and heard the stories of desperate struggles during the Great Depression. After college, he farmed that land for seventeen years, attended law school and began his law practice at age 40 in his home town of Blue Earth, Minnesota, land of “Minnesota nice”. Not only has he traveled to Norway three times and the Holy Land once, but he and his wife, during 25 years of flying in their single engine airplane, have also viewed much of the continental United States, the Bahamas and Alaska from the air. Now the farmer, pilot, attorney and long-time storyteller is an author.