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House in May

We are very pleased and grateful for our new home in Gothenburg, now in May's green spring colours. Both the dogs and we - and guests feel very much at home in these cozy surroundings of this old wooden house. It's a great place to

New home in Gothenburg

Exciting times in our lives as we have now moved into a house in an area called 'Landala Egnahem' in central Gothenburg. This means our address from now on is: Skjutbanegatan 2B, 413 21 Gothenburg Photo: Gabrielle. Erik and the dogs enjoying the new garden! This is

Goodbye Stockholm

After 8 years of owning an apartment in central Stockholm it is now time to say goodbye. Erik and I have bought a house in Gothenburg and therefore want to combine all our Swedish homes (all two of them). Thus the last couple of days

Staffan Sandström obituary

Dear warm-hearted Staffan Sandström passed away in early January, very suddenly. He is sorely missed by all who knew him. Staffan was the father-in-law of my brother Paul and a very treasured member of the family. I have known him for approximately 30 years. So

Weekend in Denmark

Due to an eye surgery on our oldest dog Glitnir, this weekend was once again spent in Denmark. After moving back from Iceland, it is no longer possible to get sickness insurance for them in Sweden (they are too old), and therefore it's much cheaper

Summer in Denmark

While Erik was touring around Iceland on various fieldwork projects, I spent all July at my mother's place in Gundsømagle, Roskilde in Denmark. I have been absolutely overworked for a very long period, and the corona stress on top of it didn't help much. It

Happy New Year

Our New Year was spent in Skorradalur near Borganes. We have one dog that is terrified of fireworks and knowing from last year how crazy Icelanders are about shooting off fireworks, staying in Reykjavík was simply not an option. Skorradalur is a really beautiful area

Staff portrait

It is not often photographers manage to take a good photo of me, but actually our official photographer at the University of Iceland, Kristinn Ingvarsson did a really good job here in November. All staff members were offered to get new portraits for official use.