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... hefty toll with the credit card and were in Malmo.
Our detsination Eksjo is a forestry and farming service town about half way on the diagonal between Malmo and Stockholm.
As soon as we could we got off the motorway and headed up a red road, equivalent to our state highways. Soon the rolling crop lands gave way to increasing numbers of trees and lakes.
Like Finland, Sweden has 1000s of lakes of varying sizes, created during the last ice age.
By lunchtime we went ...
... delicious food, drinking Swedish Snaps, working on puzzles, and watching the sun set. It was a lovely vacation and a very special midsummer celebration for us.
Many new recipes from Sweden were added to our sabbatical recipe book and each one will bring back wonderful memories of times cooking, laughing and drinking wine together with our new Swedish family! We hope we can come back and celebrate another Swedish ...
... War II, walked by Napoleon's Tomb, went up in the Eiffel Tower and stood under the Arc de Triomphe Katie has a lot more information to add to her growing time line. Soon she will be learning about the Vikings and adding them to the time line as well as the important dates of when our ancestors migrated to America.
But first, it is time for fika and then a night out to celebrate Bo and Helene's 25th wedding anniversary!
... to be outdoors.
We were surprised by the massive Vadstena Slott at Vadstena also on Lake Vattern (which is a very long lake). Built in 1545 as a fortress to ward off the Danes it is solid and in excellent condition. It has living quarters in one of the walls and a large open area inside which these days is used for music and theatre productions. We were surprised ...
As we travel across Sweden on our train, it has started to snow. It is coming down sideways and is heavy at some points. We are cosy inside. I think we are the only ones excited by the glimpse of the snow out the windows... Half way to Malmo the snow is thicker and making the forests of Christmas trees look just perfect. It is exciting to see the first snow in our European holiday. The little villages along the way look cold and isolated though and I am unsure how they ...