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... it´s charger base before roaming again. It was quite fun to guess where it would be going next...or perhaps we were easily entertained after after a few glasses of wine, who knows!!!!
Madelyn has named the gadget Tyko...she lost her lawn mowing job... so she´s not so fond of it!
Here are some photos, I know you´re dying to see that lawnmower!!!
Had a great sleep in the quiet surroundings, only being woken about 8 as Johan and Louise left for their morning dip in the sea. The kids slept a little later. After a communal breakfast we headed to Kattvik for some crabbing and a picnic with Sophie and all the kids. We used rather basic tools - string and prawns - but the crabs all bit and there were at least 10 for the race back ...
... a restaurant in one of the oldest buildings in Halmstad (built in 1700s), followed by a fascinating tour of the Halmstad Castle! Besides having an interesting history, Halmstad Castle is remarkable as it is still in use today as an official building.
We were then forced to say goodbye (or see you later) to our wonderful hosts as we left ...
... which included moose ribs and wild boar. Then we embarked on what was listed on our itinerary as an "evening surprise" – a moose safari! With the aid of our trail guides, Per and Ulf, we drove through the countryside on the lookout for moose, deer, wild boar, hare, and others. It was exciting, especially as it grew dark and the animals were on the move. We saw FIVE moose and far too many deer, birds, and small animals to count. It was an experience we'll always ...
As promised, the GSE team did indeed hit the ground running today. Our first stop was Wapnö Estate, the site of Wapnö Castle and currently a large agricultural company known for its dairy production. The original castle was destroyed by fire in 1733, but a new one was built on the same site, making use of the medieval moat.
We were given a tour of the old buildings, as well as ...