Snowy Gothenburg
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Snowy Gothenburg

Somewhat unexpected, Gothenburg has been covered in a snowy landscape for more than a week, and quite a lot of it. Really pretty in my mind, but causing problems to traffic as could be expected. Luckily, Erik is only 5-10 minutes walk from work and no car is needed in our daily life. As we are house owners for the first time in Gothenburg we now have the pleasure of clearing the sidewalks of snow. A task for Erik he doesn’t mind too much :-). Anyway, here below are some pictures of what Landala Egnahem, the name of the area we live in, looks like these days. Perfect for Christmas!

Photo: Gabrielle. Our garden in snow.
Photo: Gabrielle. A doggy Christmas decoration.
Photo: Gabrielle. The dogs love snow as do we!
Photo: Gabrielle. Our garden in snow.
Photo: Gabrielle. Early Saturday walk where we met our Dutch friend Marischka and dog Primo (Västgöotaspets).
Photo: Gabrielle. Peace and quiet in Landala Egnahem an early Saturday morning.
Photo: Gabrielle. Erik has started baking lussekatter again. He hasn’t done this since we lived in Iceland.
Photo: Gabrielle. Symmetric collies in our couch.
Photo: Erik Sturkell. Early Sunday walk with the dogs in the snow.
Photo: Erik Sturkell. Erik has done a marvellous job at cleaning the long sidewalk in front of our house.
Photo: Gabrielle. Our local Christmas tree at Doktor Fries Torg.