2017/09/18

Lunch in the forest

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This is Johan's grandparents' house. After almost 7 years in Berlin, I cannot tell you what a luxury it is to be able to go to a place like this and breathe super fresh air. And the tap water, you wouldn't believe me.

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The view from the house. Forest, forest, forest.

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Johan's grandmother is so good at details. Like her daughter, Johan's mother.

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Grandmother had made soup while we were out in the forest picking mushrooms.

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The bass from the night before (which grandfather had fished). The soup was super super delicious, made of cream, some seafood cheese, dill, carrot etc. Couldn't stop eating.

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Time for dessert.

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Cream & cloudberry jam. And grandfather on his smartphone.

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Waffles! We have this every time we visit the grandparents, as well as when we visit my father.

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In the evening, we picked up some Indian take away to enjoy in the greenhouse with Johan's mum. Was a delightful night; we made a fire, listened to music and drank Kraken.

4 comments:

  1. dear sandra - wonderful pictures of the swedish woods! i almost smell the green :-)
    and what a challenge from the huge city to the silence of woods and little wooden houses.
    liebe grüsse - veronica

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  2. What a beautiful house and all that wonderful food, I would be in heaven.
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  3. So wonderful to have roots and to be able to go back! I've never been to Sweden. I always thought I enjoyed your photos because I like Berlin so much, but now I'm convinced it's your ability to pick the small details and tell stories with them that makes reading your website such an experience. Thank you!

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    1. That's such a great compliment, Patricia. Thank you very much!

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