Archive for July, 2008

Boiling hot sun drenched days

Monday, July 28th, 2008

We’ve had several days of boiling hot sun drenched days. Unlike the avid sun tanners I am hiding inside and wisely refusing to go out until early evening just in case I droop, burn or perspire to death in the heat. Mum is spending some time here with us in Sweden and she is cheerfully […]

Muesli and yoghurt

Thursday, July 17th, 2008

So being back in Norwich was great. Mum and I spent many productive hours restoring the garden to it’s former glory. We also re-felted the roof on the garden shed. There is a general roofing problem at the house at the moment and roofers are up on the roof re-roofing it to match our brilliant […]

Bikes from Gunnebo to Paris

Monday, July 7th, 2008

I’ve just come back from another cycle ride to Gunnebo House. This time I took K with me and he had to confess he loved it as much as I did. As the house is situated in a cultural reserve we explored beyond the house and gardens. The area is surrounded by two lakes and […]

Losing the ancients

Sunday, July 6th, 2008

I am having a well earned rest today after Keyvan and I trekked for miles in the Swedish countryside yesterday. It all started when we caught the first train to Str√∂mstad and went in search of the iron age burial mounds, stone circle and stone ship settings. After we arrived and visited the tourist information […]