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Yule and Home

Friday, 26 Dec 2008 | Views [781]

Executive Summary      After our Arctic trip (see previous post), we finished off our stay in Sweden with Xmas at Annika and Mattias’ place, seeing how the Swedes do it and catching up with the family.   After that we packed up our year and ... Read more >


Arctic Winter

Sunday, 21 Dec 2008 | Views [993]

Time to finish off the paperwork for these blogs.   Unfortunately this is having to be written after I have returned to Australia, and so a lot of other things are happening, and have happened, to distract me from this blog. So we’ll see how we go.... Read more >


Örebro 2

Monday, 15 Dec 2008 | Views [1257]

Executive Summary This blog covers the 4 weeks or so between our last trip to the UK and our trip up to the Arctic.  It covers the second half of November and the first half of December.  During this time Emma worked on her second mini-sabbatical, ... Read more >


Örebro and Skåne 2

Monday, 3 Nov 2008 | Views [1133]

Executive Summary     OK, I think I’ll try and do Executive Summaries for all the Blogs from now on.  This blog covers the 5 weeks in (mostly) October between our first big trip to the UK and the second smaller trip to the UK .  Emma worked ... Read more >


Göteborg and Skåne 1

Wednesday, 27 Aug 2008 | Views [2698]

Once we were safely back in Rockhammar after the Switzerland trip, we got to have a go at the age old Swedish late summer delight of walking in the forest and picking mushrooms and berries, and we didn't let a bit of damp weather stop us.  Since many ... Read more >


Herräng

Thursday, 7 Aug 2008 | Views [2297] | Comments [2]

Herräng is a small town in Sweden on the north coast of the bulgy bit that Stockholm and Uppsala are on.  For centuries it was the site of small-scale iron ore mining, until this became unviable in the 1960s.  Now, about 1000 people live there ... Read more >

 

 

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