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... Sig made the best coffee by boiling water in a porcelain stove top coffee pot, amazing homemade pies with lard crusts and ginger snap cookies from scratch. Signe loved to play "pitch" and took it seriously. Everyone loved being her partner.
Bruce had the privilege on knowing her for over 20 years and she blessed this earth for nearly 93 years. We had a relaxing afternoon wandering around the town she used to talk about and remembering Great Grandma ...
... have more space for boots and bulky warm clothing. Pupils go out to play in all weathers, unlike in the UK. School lunches are of the serve yourself and help yourself variety with a good choice of hot lunches and salad and vegetables. There is no dessert with the lunch.
... I walked in to a store, and when I walked out at 3:30 I was surprised to see that the sun had already set. Felt like I had spent hours in that store, I had to actually check the time to make sure I hadn't missed my bus to the airport. At 5:30 it was pitch black, so I headed back to the train station to catch an earlier bus to the airport. Good thing I did as Katelyn's plane landed 40 minutes early.
We arrived in Vasteras, ...
Eskilstuna is a great little city, but again not one that any tourist would have a need to stop at. It is beautiful, and old but does not really have anything that other Swedish towns do not. As we just learned in class, the main industry here is Volvo construction equipment. It is an old mill town, as it is on River EskilstunaŚn, ...
... to imagine the opposite.....only 4 hours of light......a metre or so of snow and minus 30, for 5 or 6 months. Not one Swede told us they liked the winter.
Well, I guess it's a lucky thing the strawberries tasted so good, they became a very important reward for all the work that had to be done. Strawberries aren't the only thing growing in the strawberry fields.....that's right weeds grow there too, a lot of weeds and it was our job in the mornings to ...