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So 300 miles to do today. Breakfast done we are on our way at about 10am and cover 100 miles before stopping for coffee and cake in a service station. The scenery is beginning to change although there are still about a million trees ! We come across sounds all a heavily industrialised town and note the paper mills and chemical industries located there, also an enormous bridge is being built spanning the river, a really futurist design - looks amazing but ...
... this on a walking tour of the town and they guide did not know why they chose birch trees.)
The food here is delicious. I've had salmon twice which is the best I have ever tasted. The pastries are not too sweet and so far my favorite is a chocolate biscuit - the center is filled with a buttery/creamy center. I also had thin bread (tullebrod) for the first time yesterday - ...
I thought you might enjoy some photos of Daniel ski jumping into the river. (It looked more like a lake to me.) Daniel is 13 and very athletic. I really think he will be in the X-games someday. I'm going to try to load a video too. ...
... church. It is 506 years old. The Swedish state church was Catholic until the King changed it to Lutheran to collect taxes and be in control as the Pope was in control of the Catholic church.
Thanks for all the comments. I'm having a great time. They are having record breaking heat here so today we went for a swim in the Baltic Sea. Fun!!
We also went to the museum here yesterday so I will post some pictures from there later.
Yesterday was very exciting. Kristine's friend Roland brought me a huge binder of my family history from Sweden back to the 1300's! While researching the family history he found a relative living not for from Röbäck, Sweden where my great grandfather, Petter (Per) Erickson was born. In Swedish records his name is Per Ersson. (Ersoon is kind of short for Erikson.) We drove out to Röbäck and saw the ...