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Good morning! We will be leaving Umea today. I have loved being here and learning so much about the area where my great grandparents were born and lived before going to Minnesota. Today it is a beautiful, progressive and growing area. There is also a lot of art here and an value of art. For example, a new hotel being built has been designed to represent a birch tree. One floor is ...
... to see. I arrived at the location that I'd scouted from Google Maps, which was a gravel car pull off next to a lake. It's not exactly stealth but I'm not in anyones way, and free camping is much more accepted in Scandinavia so I don't imagine I'll have any dramas. Fortunately there are almost no mosquitos, which meant after spending some 11 hours on the road (well, if you include my stop at Santa's Village) I sat down and cooked a nice bowl ...
... went for a walk to have a look at the 100 year old buildings and some of the remainder of the island. The houses were large, quite grand in fact – I wonder whether they were designed for several families to share or just one? There were old logs here and there and what looked like a wooden causeway joining another islet to this one. One surprise we had is that despite the fine construction we were moored alongside, this was not the official guest harbour. Rather, it was ...
... to get a room until the next day FYI!).
Today turned out to be a lovely mix of conditions. I geared myself up as appropriate. I am experienced with cold weather running as I used to make a lovely pastime out of running through drifts of snow and across bays of frozen ice (ok I only did this one a few times-it was a little dangerous) back out in K-town (Kingston, Ontario) when I studied so hard at the RMC (Royal ...
Uppsala was such a great town. I stayed there a week and loved the student atmosphere; I seriously considered applying for school, but I think I missed the boat by two years as North Americans now have to pay huge tuition fees ($20k per year) to attend. Prior to this tuition was free for internationals.
I spoke with a PHd engineering student at Uppsala university and toured their tidal and wave energy department. They had some pretty impressive ...