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Time to hit the road again in another hire car this time heading 400km north to the town of Sundsvall to meet up with my friend Vicky, husband Col and two super cute boys Finn & Louis. As we hadn't seen each other since 2003 there was plenty to catch up on over many beers, glasses of wine, birthday celebrations with her ...
... thanks to our egocaching buddies Nasa01 and Ninnamo. See picture of us with our first cach, view of Sundsvall in the background, and later we will add some pictures of us from a small stream of water, swampy wanted to go for a swim but I managed to stop him. Not sure what next adventure will be. We'll try to update the blog with some old travel stories. Stay tuned! /S&O HeJ Nu är vi på väg tillbaka från Sundsvall. Men vi ...
At Tornio I cross the bridge over the river that forms the border between Finland and Sweden, two nice towns split by a wide river.
Road signs for IKEA must be civilisation, "life Jim but not as we know it"!
I follow the E4 for Sundsvall. The lakes and trees are very nice, it is certainly a green and pleasant land.
These are not good roads for biking, too straight with only occasional slight curves, not a bend in sight.
A lot if not most of the ...
... events. To make a difference in people that we don't know and with whom we have no connection is even more powerful than when we do the same with our host families and alumni connected to the program. But it's so different look out in the audience and see your host dad with a camera in his hands, or to lock eyes with your host sister as she sings along to the songs. ...
... Baked potatoes
Jansson's Temptation (a typical Swedish dish made of anchovies and potato gratin)
Quite a smorgasbord! I talked to my mom after dinner and said, "I have Christmas dinner all planned for us when I get home!"
Also, with each helping of herring that one eats, he or she must take a shot of Schnapps and sing a song. What a tradition! Yes, I took ...