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It feels a bit better already.

These deer stod perhaps 30 meters (much the same in yards) away from us yesterday and I guess got just as surprised as we got.

These deer stood perhaps 30 meters (much the same in yards) away from us yesterday and I guess got just as surprised as we got.

I’ve been to the doctor this morning to check my feet and my right shoulder. It’s awful enough to drive in a storm as it is and it’s even worse when it suddenly starts to snow heavily and the sights is minimal at the same time as the wind does its best to push the car of the road :-) The snow fall only lasted for a few minutes though and was later replaced by rain. I thought they would have me waiting for quite some time because nothing much happened during the time I was waiting but just as the clock was 9:15 they let me in, almost on the second I had the appointment :-)

 

All the dogs were unleashed but didn't care about any deers, after all there were hog poop they rather consentrate on :-) The deers didn't hurry away either :-)

All the dogs were unleashed but didn’t care about any deers, after all there were hog poop they rather concentrate on :-) The deers didn’t hurry away either :-)

The Redberried Elderberry bushes in the forest have buds too now.

The Redberried Elderberry bushes in the forest have buds too now.

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We started with my feet and she didn’t like what she could feel at all and said that I really need insoles and gave me a referral to the orthopedist. I don’t even need to make an appointment, I’ll just go there when I can and they’ll do them for me :-) I wish it was that simple all the time when going to the doctors :-) After that she took a look at my shoulder.

 

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That shoulder problems has nothing to do with any rheumatic disease, I’m just a bit worn out I guess :-) She then gave me a syringe with cortisone and local anesthetic but I can’t even pretend that the local anesthetic helped much :-) It hurts like h… when they give that anyway :-) It did remove the pain after for a few minutes though, it gave up just as I was calling work to say I wouldn’t come in today. He couldn’t have missed that the pain returned just that second :-) I’ll go tomorrow though but the doctor thought that since I work with heavy lifting and use my arms a lot it would be better to rest the shoulder today (it does feel much better already even if it still hurts a little).

 

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I drove to the vet who is very close to my doctor and got a prescription for Orvar and Hector. Then I went back to where the doctor is because there’s also a pharmacy there.  That didn’t take long so I drove to a store and bought some fire logs and after that I thought I would buy myself the annual hamburger with fries, they didn’t, unfortunately open until 11am and I really didn’t want to wait half an hour just to get a hamburger, so I drove home instead.

 

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None of the dogs heard me arriving because  tractor passed by just when I came close to the garage. I found both the old boys in the dog house to my big surprise! and they were so surprised when I came home early that they first didn’t understand that they could get out and go inside the cottage, they just stood there watching me :-) :-) :-) We managed to take a walk before the rain arrived and now it’s just pouring down outside. I’ll put more fire logs in the stove and then I think I’ll take a small nap.

 

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Have a great day!

 

It was raining so heavily up on the mountain that I hardly could see it and it was blosing our way so we hurried home and made it just in time before it reached us :-)

It was raining so heavily up on the mountain that I hardly could see it and it was blowing our way so we hurried home and made it just in time before it reached us :-)

Every second day’s weather.

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We had a cold morning after a rainy night but the road didn’t feel that slippery but I drove slower than usual anyway, I shouldn’t have been surprised but I did when the car slowly started to slide towards right on a long straight stretch :-) The tires got a grip as soon as they reached the grass by the side of the road and after that I drove even slower :-) 

 

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Lots of deers out today, I saw at least seven.

Lots of deers out today, I saw at least seven.

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The day however was just wonderful! No wind, sunshine and almost 15C (59F). I worked in the neighbor factory today so on my way back to my normal work place I took a short detour to the grocery store and bought myself an ice cream :-) It won’t be this nice tomorrow, the temperature will plummet and we’ll get some snow and rain too, typical early spring weather.

 

I caught him in action :-)

I caught him in action :-)

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Sally and salmiak waiting for my neighbor to come home.

Sally and Salmiak waiting for my neighbor to come home.

 

Hector’s legs have been unusually good this week, he has even been running some, something I’ve tried to stop him to do since he’ll pay for it later. But he was so happy that I just couldn’t stop him :-) Nova’s ear is better too but I’ll keep my eyes on it because I know how fast it can turn. 

 

It wasn't that nice yesterday.

It wasn’t that nice yesterday.

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It’s time to make something to eat, I wish I had that pita filled with chicken spiced in an Indian way as it said on the package that I had for lunch today. Lots of flavors but still not burning in the mouth strong. I’ll make myself a cheese sandwich instead, that’s not too bad either :-)

 

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Have a great day!

 

This is not how the colors looked by the bog yesterday :-) I'm not sure why it looks like this but I like it :-)

This is not how the colors looked by the bog yesterday :-) I’m not sure why it looks like this but I like it :-)

The sun shines through the clouds.

I didn't take especially many photos this morning but I have plenty to use from earlier this weekend.

I didn’t take especially many photos this morning but I have plenty to use from earlier this weekend.

We’ve had a really cold night and rather cold morning, the wind is still rather weak and the sun shines through the clouds to make it look a bit nicer than it is. Still it could be worse, the predictions says strong winds all day but so far it’s rather calm. Lets hope they have that prediction wrong too because we shouldn’t be able to see the sun at all right now :-)

 

Long time since we had this clear air, cold weather means no evaporation and that means clear air.

Long time since we had this clear air, cold weather means no evaporation and that means clear air.

So easy to see the houses up on the mountain this morning.

So easy to see the houses up on the mountain this morning.

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The birds don’t seem to care about any change in the weather though, they are still preparing for all the duties they’ll have the coming five to six months. Lots of singing and lots of gathering of nest-building materials. I’ll fill the feeders in a few minutes, I guess they’ll need any extra free energy to cope with the cold winds and nights.

 

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I saw something on the road and hoped it would be a fox but it was a deer.

I saw something on the road and hoped it would be a fox but it was a deer.

 

Do You remember the dog Artur? The dog who got one meatball from a Swedish multi sport team and then decided to follow them. The members of te team fell in love with the seven-year old dog and one of them decided to bring him home to Sweden. That’s neither easy nor cheap to do when it is planned but they got lucky and the dog arrived to Sweden four months ago and placed in quarantine. Artur is now out of quarantine after four months and the first thing he and the one bringing him here did was to take a long run :-) From now on he’ll be a normal family dog but he will follow the team on competitions that isn’t too far away from home :-)

 

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The tomato seeds I sowed are now germinating and so are the seeds from the hardy Pelargonium (usually called geraniums in English) I had placed outdoors. They had already started outside and I thought it best to bring them inside since I didn’t know just how cold it would be and if that would kill those small seedlings. So it does feel very much like spring even though winter has made a short return to us.

 

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Time for some tea and perhaps a sandwich or two.

Have a great day!

 

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So cold.

DSC_0037Yesterdays weather predictions was so wrong that I actually got surprised, we were supposed to get rain and snow during the day and just a few degrees above freezing. Instead we got over 50F and a dry day with some sunshine. The sun however didn’t show itself for more than a few seconds during the 85% solar eclipse, that I missed of course but a work friend managed to take a photo that he showed me afterwards.

 

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Todays predictions however are rather accurate unfortunately. It has been below 0C (32F) all morning, it has been snowing and the wind has been awful. So we walked in to the forest to stay away from most of it. I did however go down to the lake to get some photos showing the cranes that hangs around and I realised that even by the fields this village is very much protected from the winds, it was just nasty by the lake.

 

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I brought my old Kodak Browning No.2 with me and the tripod since it can’t go faster that 1/50th of a second. I’m not sure that helped especially much though, the wind was so strong that the tripod trembled and I had to lean towards it to keep it as still as possible. I could just find one place where the light might have leaked in last time I used this camera but taped every place that might let in light anyway. I’m pretty sure I stopped the leak and can only hope I managed to keep the camera so still that the photos will turn out good. I used the slide film rolls since it only is ISO 100 and that old camera would be impossible to use with any more light-sensitive film.

 

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The wind was so strong that it looked like the cranes were hovering :-)

 

 

But I naturally also brought my digital one so I van show some photos today too. I didn’t take many though because it was so colds my fingers felt like they would fall off :-) Stopped me from thinking of my shoulder and feet though so it wasn’t totally bad :-) :-) :-) I’ll go there when there are more cranes (only around 4000 yet) and the weather is nicer. It is amazing that they don’t freeze to death in this weather no matter how much food they give them.

 

The yellow building in the back to the right is Dagsnär Castle.

The yellow building in the back to the right is Dagsnär Castle.

The old school and the teachers old root cellar.

The old school and the teachers old root cellar.

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The sun is breaking through the clouds right now and the wind will calm down some towards the evening so we might get a nice last walk for the day. Tomorrow will be mostly cloudy, cold and the wind will return again. The temperature will go up and down like a Jojo all week but it looks like it will be above freezing during the days anyway. This is typical spring weather here I’m afraid but a month early :-)

 

The two last Hasselblad photos for this time.

The two last Hasselblad photos for this time.

The little lake by the ridges.

The little lake by the ridges.

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Have a great day!

I’ve heard the Black Grouse :-)

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We’ve had another wonderful day here, no wind almost sunshine ( the clouds were so thin that it shone right through them and 14C (57,2F). So who is surprised about the winter making a return here tomorrow when the weekend starts :-) but it will be short-lived, the warm weather will be here on Tuesday according to predictions. I’m not sure I believe them but I still hope they are right :-)

 

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I finally heard the Black Grouse this morning :-) I worried that we didn’t have any left any longer. I guess I’ve been out too late in the mornings on the weekends since I’ve waited for the sun to rise and daylight has been around for quite some time before that happens. There are now around 4000 cranes by the lake so it will soon be time for my annual visit to the lake to take some photos to show You here. They’ll also start the web cams tomorrow so I’ll give You a link to them if I remember. otherwise just tell me to do it if I forget :-)

 

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I might stop writing here for a while, not because I don’t want to but because my shoulder aches something really bad when sitting and writing. I have a doctor’s appointment next Thursday and it’s about my shoulder, my feet and my toes. They are all protesting against every move I take :-) I can only walk on my heels when I get up in the morning and it is a bit tricky doing that when walking down stairs :-) It gets better as soon as I have been moving around some but I think I need some special insoles in my shoes from now on. 

 

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I am lucky being ambidexter, both right and left-handed, because I now only paint with my left hand. Oh the joys of having rheumatism :-) :-) :-) So if I don’t post anything one day it is because it aches too much in my shoulder. I will however read blogs even if I might not comment. These things come and go in periods so it might get better already during the weekend since I won’t use my arm that much then but I will see the doctor anyway, after all that’s why I pay my taxes :-)

 

Some Hasselblad photos again.

Some Hasselblad photos again.

See a human!! in my photo :-)

See a human!! in my photo :-)

I like the sky in this underexposed photo. Now I'll know better when using the remaining film rolls I bought, the 100 ISO slide film rolls :-)

I like the sky in this underexposed photo. Now I’ll know better when using the remaining film rolls I bought, the 100 ISO slide film rolls :-)

 

Have a great day!

 

I'm pretty sure this was flying to the USA. It must have started around 5:30 pm and it was flying towars west.

I’m pretty sure this was flying to the USA. It must have started around 5:30 pm and it was flying towards west.

I thought I heard a Cuckoo bird.

Sunset by the bog.

Sunset by the bog.

Another warm, sunny and wind free day here. It reached 13,4C (56,1F) here by my cottage and it will be much the same tomorrow and on Thursday. It turns on Friday when I only work half day and then it will stay bad all weekend and after that slowly turn towards warmer again. I’m not surprised that the bad weather will arrive already on Friday, why should it be nice when we are at home :-)

 

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One was a bit skittish today but calmed down quickly when the other one just didn't care that we walked by :-)

One was a bit skittish today but calmed down quickly when the other one just didn’t care that we walked by :-)

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Nights are a bit cold now though, I have been scraping my car windows before I’ve left for work both yesterday and today. It is so thin ice that I really don’t mind and I guess it’s good in that way that it keeps the plants calm, they would only freeze to death if they started to grow already now.

 

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Sune always wants to carry around a little stick in the forest :-)

Sune always wants to carry around a little stick in the forest :-)

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I had several flocks of cranes flying high above mu car on my way home and I think I heard a Cuckoo bird in the forest on our walk after work. It is way too early for them to be here already but it sure sounded like one. I haven’t heard any Black Grouse at all though and that’s very odd! I really hope the hunters haven’t hunted those, we don’t have that many and as it sounds no at all any longer.

 

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Things are happening in my garden now, the quince has small buds.

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The red leafed Elderberry bush starts a bit too early I’m afraid. its leafs will freeze this weekend.

 

The Ussurian Redberried elderberry bush has big buds now.

The Ussurian Red berried elderberry bush has big buds now.

 

It is time for something to eat. I have some Wiener sausages and hot dog breads or >I could make some sandwiches. I’m not really hungry but Wiener sausages are always nice :-)

 

Lets start with the really, really bad photos from the latest Hasselblad camera :-)

Lets start with the really, really bad photos from the latest Hasselblad camera film roll  :-)

The snow looks ok anyway :-)

The snow looks ok anyway :-)

This one is a favorite :-) I can't say it looked this dark when I took that photo :-)

This one is a favorite :-) I can’t say it looked this dark when I took that photo :-)

I guess this is my personal favorite after all, the sky is completely green :-) :-) :-)

I guess this is my personal favorite after all, the sky is completely green :-) :-) :-)

 

Have a great day!

We’ll get a setback next week.

This photo comes from the last film roll that I haven't shown You yet. It is very underexposed but I like how the sky turned out!

This photo comes from the last film roll that I haven’t shown You yet. It is very underexposed but I like how the sky turned out!

I’m late as always on Mondays and it’s easier to be even later than normal when it is so light outside when I come home after work. I also hadn’t checked the photos I took yesterday afternoon and I got the cd with all the photos from the old cameras today. The one roll You haven’t seen was rather failed to be honest :-) There were a few though I still like a lot. I’ll show You all no matter how failed they are in these coming days.

 

Three deer stood in the field this afternoon.

Three deer stood in the field this afternoon.

I think this might be Tiny, she's not so tiny any longer :-)

I think this might be Tiny, she’s not so tiny any longer :-)

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This week will be really warm but we’ll get a setback next week they say. There will be snow falling and rather cold during nights but also during the days. We’ll be lucky if the temperature rise above 0C (32F) and I fear we’ll not be lucky. Just as well get that setback early so the damages on the plants is minimal. I saw that a few seeds of those I put out when we still hade those days of winter here have germinated. It is especially the hardiest pelargonium (they are usually called geraniums in English) so I’ll bring in that pot and place it in my cool cellar for a week. I must check the other pots as well!

 

I decided to take some black and white photos yesterday.

I decided to take some black and white photos yesterday.

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This one I really like.

This one I really like.

 

I have very little else to say today I’m afraid. Hectors legs were much better today so I have high hopes that they’ll be their normal crappy self on Friday :-) Novas ear is still bad but it doesn’t hurt any longer. Sune took only one bath in the creek by the bog today and Orvar is like he always is, a bit confused but very happy :-)

 

I feared my Osage Orange had died this winter but I was very wrong :-) It shouldn't survive here at all to be honest.

I feared my Osage Orange had died this winter but I was very wrong :-) It shouldn’t survive here at all to be honest.

I thought the same about my Poncirus trifoliata, a citrus relative with unedible fruits. Both the fruits and the flowers smells wonderful though.

I thought the same about my Poncirus trifoliata, a citrus relative with inedible fruits. Both the fruits and the flowers smells wonderful though. It’s still a bit green so I’m hoping for the best. I’ll cover it next week when it will get cold.

Rhubarbs.

Rhubarb.

 

It’s time for something to eat.

Have a great day!

 

Crane above my cottage.

Crane above my cottage.

 

 

Cleaning time.

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It is a sunny, chilly and windy morning but we walked down to the bog so it didn’t bother me so much. Hector has a bad leg day so we won’t take any longer walks until he’s better again. I think the running and jumping the other day may have been very fun for him but now it’s payback time. He’s in a good mood though and would rather die than not follow us on our walks.

 

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I cleaned up the garden from lots of junk that has flown around in all the storms we’ve had this winter. Some of it was mine like pots but lots were things I’ve never seen before like plastic bags and candy wrappers. While walking around and realising I need to clean up after the dogs again I realised spring had progressed much further than I thought, spring flowers are in bloom everywhere now. 

 

We walked out on the bog but it's still too much water there.

We walked out on the bog but it’s still too much water there.

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Crocus, hepatica, scilla and of course the snow drops are in bloom and more is on its way. The peach tree will soon show its first leafs if it doesn’t get colder again. It is way too early because the setbacks here can be cruel. Days can be way over 10C (50F) and suddenly a night or two with -10C (14F) comes and destroys it all. Last spring some plants didn’t recover again until late summer.

 

Scilla.

Scilla.

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The Peach tree.

The Peach tree.

Lung wort.

Lung wort.

Hepatica.

Hepatica.

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It is time to do the laundry, don’t have especially much today and the sunshine and wind will help to dry it up fast today. After that I’ll clean up after the dogs and then I think I’ll do some weeding in the flower beds. I’ll need a bigger vegetable garden this year, I might make the one I have bigger already today but I’m not sure I’ll have the energy for that :-)

 

There's lots of watchdog in Sune so everything he hasn't seen before is suspicious like this white plastic :-)

There’s lots of watchdog in Sune so everything he hasn’t seen before is suspicious like this white plastic :-)

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We went down to the creek yesterday afternoon.

We went down to the creek yesterday afternoon.

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Have a great day!

 

The two last from the Hasselblad. I guess I'll get thet photos from the last roll tomorrow or on Tuesday.

The two last from the Hasselblad. I guess I’ll get the photos from the last roll tomorrow or on Tuesday.

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Sunny and cold morning.

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The night has been rather cold and the morning walk felt somewhat chilly even though the sun shone with full power and there were only a few clouds around, the weak wind didn’t make much difference though. I could hear cranes shouting out on the bog and trumpet swans flew just a few meters above our heads. We walked to the little lake because I thought there might be a few birds there now but none could be seen, the lake had frozen during the night and the big lake would probably have some open water spots so they would go there instead.

 

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I saw some new fence poles by the old decaying cottage so I guess that it soon will be torn down to make place for cattle. I took a few photos and You can see them in my NG photo album: National GeographicJust click on the red text and a new window should open up showing my photos. You’ll also be able to see two that I took with my Hasselblad camera that I won’t post here. Nothing much happened during our walk though, not even the sound of aa animal moving around could be heard.

 

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The old decaying cottage. I saw new fence poles close to it so I guess it soon will be torn down.

The old decaying cottage. I saw new fence poles close to it so I guess it soon will be torn down.

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More photos from this cottage can be seen in my NG album.

 

 

I bought some vegetable seeds when I was at the super market yesterday, they were for some reason price reduced with 20% so I thought why not :-) I bought a big pack with broad beans and normal sized packages with spring onion, broccoli, squash and different colored carrots. The ground here isn’t good enough for carrots though, too many pebbles in it so they split and get fun shapes but I was thinking of growing those in raised beds together with the spring onions. If lucky that will confuse both the carrot and onion flies.

 

I've never really looked towards this place before but it does look like an old stone wall, perhaps this was the place where the priest once lived close to the old church that later on was abandoned?

I’ve never really looked towards this place before but it does look like an old stone wall, perhaps this was the place where the priest once lived close to the old church that later on was abandoned?

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The night was cold but I didn't expect to see the lake frozen.

The night was cold but I didn’t expect to see the lake frozen.

 

I’m thinking of finding a potato that is resistant towards potato blight which is a big problem here, I guess the air is too humid so it thrives on my potatoes every time I grow them. I will of course also sow at least one pumpkin plant, after all I did get one pumpkin last summer even if I didn’t see it until all leafs had been frost-bitten :-) I’ll sow some tomato seeds today too, can’t live without at least a few own grown tomatoes :-)

 

Yes spring is here, the coltsfoot flowers :-)

Yes spring is here, the coltsfoot flowers :-)

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It is time for the last cup of tea for the day, after that a short nap and then we’ll head out for another walk. Nova’s ear seems better and doesn’t hurt any longer, I have plenty of medicine for her so I’ll just keep on dropping it into her ear for as long as it is needed.

 

Square photos are Hasselblad photos. I'll show two more from this roll of film and I'm still waiting for that last roll to be developed.

Square photos are Hasselblad photos. I’ll show two more from this roll of film and I’m still waiting for that last roll to be developed.

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Have a great day!

 

This is Jupiter and I still haven't figured out how to take photos that doesn't show it like a burning star :-) I'll get there but it will take some tries. I'll try tonight again if the sky is clear.

This is Jupiter and I still haven’t figured out how to take photos that doesn’t show it like a burning star :-) I’ll get there but it will take some tries. I’ll try tonight again if the sky is clear.

Orion's belt.

Orion’s belt.

The last three just shows randomly taken photos of the night sky. These stars are towards nort- north west. Lots of them out there and lots are even galaxies.

The last three just shows randomly taken photos of the night sky. These stars are towards north north-west. Lots of them out there and lots are even galaxies.

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It might be her ear again.

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Once again the night was pretty cold and today it took a while to get temperatures above 0C (32F), there was still ice on creeks when we walked around after 1pm. But the sun is shining and the wind is blowing which makes it pretty cold. But I started to boil when we walked where the wind didn’t reach so sometimes I had the jacket unzipped and sometimes I wished for a scarf and my yellow cap :-) It looks nice when looking out the window though :-)

 

We walked down to the creek again and followed it up stream.

We walked down to the creek again and followed it up-stream.

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It’s a bit strange because I still haven’t heard the Black Grouse out on the bog, the roosters are normally doing their best to impress the hen by now. I doubt that they started very early because of the lack of snow so they already are done, they can go on way in to June even though no hen even are close by then.

 

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Hard to see what this shows but it is ants on an ant stack.

Hard to see what this shows but it is ants on an ant stack.

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I thought Nova had hurt her neck yesterday after playing hard with Sune, she came down the stairs with her head hanging low and complained when I lifted up her head. I massaged her neck and that didn’t seem to bother her at all and then I found a small injury that I cleaned but she still didn’t want to lift her head. Today she started to flap her ears again, I think it might be an ear infection, again! that gave her that pain. I cleaned the ear and dropped the medicine into it and she has no trouble at all to try to shake it out :-) and she has kept on playing hard with Sune so now I doubt that it is the neck at all. I’ll keep an eye on her though and if this continues we’ll go to the vet again.

 

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The beavers seems to like this place.

The beavers seem to like this place.

Bridge number 1. That's the bridge leading to the hunting tower by the bog.

Bridge number 1. That’s the bridge leading to the hunting tower by the bog.

This ditch, which is wider than it looks and with swampy edges so I started to sink while I took this photo, stopped us from reaching the bog.

This ditch, which is wider than it looks and with swampy edges so I started to sink while I took this photo, stopped us from reaching the bog.

 

There isn’t much to watch on tv tonight so I think I’ll watch a dvd instead, I have plenty I haven’t seen yet, the weather has just been too good and I’ve been too tired in the evenings. It’s time to give myself something to eat, all the animals have already eaten.

 

Square photos means Hasselblad photos. I haven't edited these at all so I guess I'm getting the hang of it now :-)

Square photos means Hasselblad photos. I haven’t edited these at all so I guess I’m getting the hang of it now :-)

No, we are not having a snow storm now, these photos are at least a month old :-)

No, we are not having a snow storm now, these photos are at least a month old :-)

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This photo came out totally flat, it is normally a very beautiful place but that’s impossible to see here :-) More photos will come tomorrow.

 

Have a great day!

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