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... around when Grandma Sig lived here.
Just after the turn of the century, Sweden experienced difficult economic times. Her family was struggling to support the children. At only 14 years old, Signe and a younger brother had to leave the family. They set off for America all by themselves. They had a sponsor in Iowa who would take them in and give them a job until they got established. The records at Ellis Island indicate that Signe and ...
The best start to the day with an amazing breakfast spread of freshly made smoothies, juice, yoghurt, berries, meats, eggs, cheese, strong coffee and long conversation. There is a huge emphasis on organic produce in Sweden.
We spent a relaxed day until it was time to get ready and join the main midsummer event at Per's house. So many blue eyes and so much blonde hair, its a funny thing to notice but it really stood out to me. So nice being amongst ...
... had a nice chat to a
girl in a cafe in the airport whilst waiting for my train. I was so
grateful that the Swedes know how to make good strong coffee!!
It had been cheaper to buy a non flexible first class ticket than the
standard so I ended up in a little room on the train with three others,
very comfortable until the baby soiled it's nappy! The views were
stunning, so green and very similar to Germany and Canada with the ...
... and chairs overlooking a small lake. Only 2 or 3 cars were stopped there. Everybody seems fascinated with our SCO/EU number plates. It appears they don't get many Brit tourists outwith the main cruise ship ports. It seems such a waste that everybody speaks perfect English. Scots seem especially welcome. I had to s****** when a man, who had been chatting to Alison, told his wife 'Of course Scotland is in the EU!'. And so about 1555 we arrived at Herrgårdscamping ...
We arrived home to Löa late afternoon and spent the remainder of the day doing washing, checking internet, chatting to Lisa's parents etc. Basically just relaxing. We had the most amazing crepes with yabbies for dinner, one of Lisa's favourites and now one of ours too.
We started the following day with a walking tour of Löa, we saw the Blast Furnace where men from the village used to make iron from the 1500 - 1900's. It has been restored to what it was ...