It´s Sweden´s Day # 15

The cottage we stayed in, and the neighbour´s vehicles.

About Dorte Hummelshøj Jakobsen

I am a Danish teacher. In my spare time I read, write and review crime fiction.
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9 Responses to It´s Sweden´s Day # 15

  1. Kelly says:

    What a charming cottage! Any photos of the interior?

  2. Poly says:

    That a pretty big cottage. And most likely in the middle of one of the popular Swedish woods!
    With lot of peace and many walks in the wood. Very nice.
    And after the house, the first thing I just noticed, where are all the flowers!
    And with all the neighbour´s tractors, people are hard at work somewhere!
    But what about working to place some flowers around the house! 😀

  3. Amanda Mac says:

    The white porch contrasts so nicely with the red walls of the cottage. Do you know what vintage this construction is?

  4. Margot Kinberg says:

    Dorte – Oh, I love these ‘photos! The cottage looks really welcoming – I hope you enjoyed your stay. And those tractors are great!

  5. Thank you, friends.
    Kelly: I´ll let you have a peep next week.
    Amanda: no, I don´t.

  6. Norman says:

    A lovely cottage with a really blue sky I am sure you had a great time. Were you tempted to drive the tractors?

  7. Norman: oh yes we were, but they looked a bit ancient and uncared for 🙂
    We had a great holiday, and I will show you more pictures of the place next week.

  8. Bill Selnes says:

    Dorte: The farmyard tractors look like alot of Saskatchewan farms on the edge of the bush. I think in Denmark the tractors would all be lined up and cleaner and probably in their own shed.

  9. Bill: spot on. Any Danish farmer with a bit of self-respect would groan – so this is another indication we were really far out 🙂

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