Rejs i Sverige

Nu ligger Kronborg bag os, og vi er på vej mod Sverige i den tætte tågedis.

Kronborg

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Endeløse skove, gamle øde landeveje og røde gårde. Blinkende søer omgivet af birketræer prydet med idylliske små øer.

Vi har et hyggeligt besøg at aflægge i Ljungby, og dagen går hurtigt.

Hvis I skal køre hjem ad de små veje, så skal I køre nu, inden det bliver mørkt, og pas på elge på vejen! Således opmuntret 🙂 …for det bliver jeg altid af den slags formaninger, starter vi bilen, og kører ud i skovene.
Jeg elsker de gamle landeveje i Sverige.

Enebærvejen, Ljungby

Enebærvejen, Ljungby

Enebærvejen, Ljungby

Enebærvejen, Ljungby

Markaryd

Tåge på Øresund

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7 thoughts on “Rejs i Sverige

  1. Some very moody pictures there, Hanna. I see you took the ferry to Sweden rather than the bridge. Is it a more scenic drive?
    Regards, Alen

    1. Hi Alen. I like both ways and they are very scenic. Though I always have a more intense feeling of travelling when I step aboard a ferry. You will ‘hit’ the forests and the lakes both ways. When travelling by ferry you must travel 30 km north. That means you are already getting closer to ‘wild nature’ or you could say deserted places. I love that drive trough the dark wild forests full of Trolls and Orcs 🙂
      All the best,
      Hanna

      1. Ferries have a “travelling” feel about them. They add a sense of adventure and romance. They also travel at a slower pace, which gives you time to appreciate the scale of things and put the world into perspective.

      2. Sorry about the delay 🐻 🙂
        I had to give your comment an extra thought. Your are right in so many ways. But when I think of ferries, I think more adventure than romance. My journey once from Algeciras to Tangier has made a very big impression on me. It was almost like participating in an Indiana Jones movie. It was very colourful in every way 🙂
        All the best,
        Hanna

  2. Love your views, in particular the last picture: an horizon! A view to contemplate, to wonder where next? What adventure awaits? Who, or what will I meet on the way?
    As I sit here listening to the warm & evocative melodies of Puccini, I’m looking at your cool & hazy pictures of the north! How crazy is that!

    1. If that’s crazy, it’s okay with me 🙂 I don’t need to travel to experience new things, Ash.*
      Yesterday I caught a horse who ran away from his owner just by calling it closer. I was very proud and the owner was full of gratitude 🙂
      *But I do it anyway
      Wish you a lovely weekend,
      Hanna

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