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... time. Some areas of Sweden lost nearly half of their residents. We stopped at a couple of places along the Emigrants' Path, while learning more about emigration and the Moberg novels. Our final stop was in Linneryd, the area from which one of the team's relatives emigrated.
Our evening was equally exciting as we had the opportunity to meet up with the Växjö Rotaract Club, including Karin from the Swedish GSE team, for ...
... songs for us and did an amazing job. It was very fun listening to them, and we had a great time. After sending them off to study for a big exam the following day, we sat down to dinner and spent the rest of the evening chatting and getting to know one another better. When everyone had finished their last cup of coffee, we headed home with our host families to rest up for another big day ...
... a variety of furniture styles. We saw production of both simple audience-style chairs as well as those with highly stylized upholstry. What stood about about all of their offerings was that each was hand crafted with little use of machines. Once again, we saw how an emphasis on quality can maintain local manufacturing. Our next two stops were furniture showrooms of Norrgavel and Sevenssons. Each demonstrated how a mix ...
The GSE team was on mid-tour rest May 17 - 18. We slept a lot, shopped a bit and had the chance to relax and catch up with Karin, Dan and Vibeke from the Swedish GSE team. Other than the rain, it was a fantastic break in the action.
Our last stop of the day was the Markaryd Rotary Club meeting, where we enjoyed a great dinner and gave our team presentation. This presentation was a bit different, however. We learned that one of their members had recently celebrated his 80th birthday, so we concluded our presentation by singing happy birthday. It was a nice end to a good (and full) ...