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We started our adventure from our home in Halmstad.
Leaving at 5:30 in the morning to be able to reach our goal at Haparanda in northern Sweden by the late night, approximately 1500 kilometers by car.
We dropped off Nellie, one of our dogs at my parents. She always enjoys staying there, I'm actually wondering if she doesn't like it better there than she does at home.
Then... We were off ...
... with wonderful refreshing cool air enjoyed while sitting in the garden.
Margareta has a wonderful new (to us) gadget that trims her lawn, something like the Romba vacumn they introduced in the US many years ago. Her Husqvarna mower rolls around the lawn at what seems to be a random pattern keeping everything nicely trimmed. Once in awhile it ...
... to the house the guests were arriving for a small party in honour of Johan's recent birthday, so the kids had even more to play with and Deb and I had more to drink with (including 2 Bjorn's!). Another great meal, and great company with Deb even singing in front of strangers without hesitation. Kids and adults eventually to bed, all with slightly fuzzy heads, but for different ...
Our final day in Halmstad was one to remember. We began with a team presentation at the Rotary Club of Halmstad Tre Hjartan at 7:30 a.m., which went very well (we get better each time). It was a reunion of sorts too as we were warmly greeted by Therese from the Swedish outbound team, who finally made it home to Halmstad.
After the meeting, ...
... 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 ...