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- Continental Breakfast
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... sure their harnesses were ready. Lurwas, the fighter, also loves these moments to start fights, so I first had to scold a bit before we could get going.
The scenery was stunning. We traversed frozen rivers and lakes and were all awed by the incredible wintry setting. My dogs would roll in the snow every time we stopped and then fight a bit before going again. Bottom line is I dreaded stopping! By the time we reached our camp for the night, it was already dark and the moon ...
... and had lunch on the train before arriving in Kiruna at 13h40. There was a slight mix-up with our transfer from Kiruna, but after close to an hour of waiting, our lift finally arrived and took us to the kennels.
We were the first of our group to arrive and spent the next hour or two relaxing at the "base camp" which doubles as our accommodation for tonight. The rest of our expedition arrived during the afternoon: our friends Yvette and Henrico as well as ...
... and said he would be there in 5 mins. On arrival he showed us to apartment number 13 (you couldn't make this stuff up honestly) and said we needed to go to hotel Lapland in the morning to pay. Ed had the good idea of asking if we could stay in the hotel. Several phone calls later we we riding the bikes into town following a man in a van to a one horse town hotel. We checked in and had a buffet supper there and stayed in the bar. The bar maid was called Maria and looked I bit like ...
Good morning from Boden, Sweden. We drove up here on Monday. It is in the province Norrland. We drove through the town of Skellefteo, my ancestors lived close to this area in the 1350's. It is along the Baltic Sea and again looks like northern MN.
Kristin and Olle, our cousins, are taking us on an amazing trip. Kristin is our cousin on the Dalman side and we found out on Sun night from ...
We left Stockholm this a.m. and headed south, traveling on both rural roads and highways. We stopped about every hour and a half for bathroom breaks and to see or do something.
Our first stop was a little harbor town called Nyköping. Not much was going on there at that early hour, just people sitting around, having their morning coffee and enjoying the nice weather. I did see a couple of women on bikes that have carts in ...