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... tournament. Might of had a little break down/ tear in the shower after this. To finish the day we had the opening ceremony. I was still in a pretty pooey mood but I tried to enjoy it. I didn't take any photos (sorry friend) but I will find some on Facebook when I get home for you :) wouldn't call it a very special ceremony- most of it was in Swedish although it was very cool to see a few thousand people pack out the town square for it. Today was one of those days I really needed you ...
... backlight by a blue sky with the occasional sailboat passing by. This battle lasted for 3 hours - 3 hours of which will go down in the history book of my life.
We are so grateful and blessed. Frederick and his family opened up their cottage to us and he drove us all around the city. God is giving us rest, and blessing us with the relationships with new people. We will never forget the kindness of this family and God's hand in our lives. ...
... I write out what happened today. We will try to be more interesting tomorrow.
# of countries: 24
# of cities: 55
# of planes: 3
# of trains: 116
# of buses: 15
... with Erik and Gustav at Stefan's kitchen. It was nothing else but a beer drinking and chatting time before going out for a pool game, but not for me. As I have already mentioned - Erik was saying all the time that after Norway we go straight home. But for me Sweden wasn't a home yet. Well, not during this evening. It was so cosy and comfortable for me, that for a second (or a bit more) I felt like being home, really.
PICNIC ON THE WESTCOAST
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... on it, that we dropped the hook in 2.5 metres at 14:50. At this point there was not much to do other than 'experience’ – it’s sort of hard to explain and I’m quite sure that 90 something % of the population would think ‘boring’ but we’re the other proportion and we enjoyed it. Later we watched one of the downloaded TV programmes whilst we digested partially rotting fridge food ...