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Sled dogs and Särna

This weekend was spent in Särna in beautiful surroundings. Loads of snow have fallen down over Sweden and lots of it in Särna. This makes nature look like a snowy fairytale. I totally love the snow and the cold, and I'm a very big fan

Happy New Year

Thank God for Lena and Calle, and the home of theirs in the woods - far from fireworks. Luckily, just like old days before I moved to Iceland, we could celebrate New Year's eve with Lena and Calle again. Our oldest dog, Glitnir is super

Vallda Sandö

This Saturday excursion went to the peninsula 'Vallda Sandö' (on the Onsala peninsula). Vallda Sandö is a beautiful nature reserve at the sea and you can go on a nice walk there, either following the hiking trails or doing your own hiking over the cliffs.

Training sled dogs

This Saturday morning was spent in Tisvilde Hegn, Denmark taking part in sled dog training. Michelle N. Petersen joined me on this early morning trip, and Bo and Susan from Kennel Ulvedalen provided the sled dogs and the training - and coffee, bread, and good

Weekend in the Woods

This weekend was spent at Lena and Calle's estate in the woods of Risveden, Skepplanda. Weather was at its best with beautiful autumn colours, sunny weather and crispy temperatures (minus degrees at night). It very much resembles the magical woods described in the John Bauer

Erik on Sommarlov

On the 30th of June, Erik took part in the recording of the Children's Summer Show “Sommarlov” (summer vacation) in Malmö, Southern Sweden. This TV show has been running for several summers and is at present part of the Swedish national television's (SVT) summer programs. The

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