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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 ...
... vare våra geocachingvänner Nasa01 och Ninnamo. Se bild på oss och vår första cach. Fin vy över Sundsvall i bakgrunden. Senare kommer vi även lägga till några bilder från en fin bäck som vi hittade. Swampy ville bada men jag lyckades hindra honom. Vet inte vad vårta nästa äventyr blir... Vi ska försöka uppdatera bloggen med lite äldre resehistorier. Så kom tillbaka snart ...
... farm buildings are painted a red / brown colour, must be an easy life for the paint companies!
3 fuel and food stops and I call it a day at Harnosand.
I find a a campsite but need some supplies, it is Sunday tomorrow they may be closed. So I head back into the town to the Lidl store and stock up.
Back to the camp to check in and pitch my tent. This site is by the sea. There are plenty of midges but not as bad as last night and not as savage in their ...
Wow. What a fantastic day. Everyone was so excited to play for our host families and alumni of UWP! It would be our first show of the kind since Mexico - playing for our host families. Singing our songs and spreading our message of peace and hope to families and friends with whom we have connections and relationships was great. Now, don't get me wrong. I love playing ...
... Now, the smorgasbord that I'm used to usually happens when my family is too busy to cook an actual meal, or it's full of leftovers from Thanksgiving. Is that what a smorgasbord is to you as well?
It's different in Sweden.
Here was the menu for tonight's smorgasbord:
Pastrami and roast beef slices
Peppers and cucumbers