Fäboa i vinterskrud

Vi tog en tripp förbi fäboden, se hur allt står till i vintertid och det är väldigt vackert.

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Oliwia kände igen sig och blev så lycklig över att vara tillbaka

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Inne i stugan blev det brasa och varm choklad och jag är så glad över mina nya skor! Fårull och rävpäls, det håller mina fötter varma

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3 comments

  1. Brian Johnson says:

    Tell me more about the history of the farm pictures in this post. Is it close to where Roine lives? How old are the log buildings? Does someone live there during the summer months?

    • hannah says:

      Not that close, it’s in another town so about 1.5 hour drive. When my parents where young they used to come here on strolls with dad’s family and a couple of years ago they bought the place. It’s in the woods so they had to like built a road and there is no flowing water or electricity so you can’t live there during the winter but it’s really relaxing during the summer. My parents are not done with the main cottage yet, they have made it better to live in but they are aiming to make it sligthly bigger. The land is big, one summer we borrowed sheep, it was really cute. The hunting area is right by so during the hunting season the hunters use to borrow our outhouse and a moose can come walking over the land though I have never seen one myself, the animals have learned that ppl live there the past years so they are keeping their distance.

      I’m not really sure how old the cottages are but from the 1800s I think.

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