Sunday, December 20, 2020

The old saw mill in the woods

 If 2020 has brought something good, it is that I have been forced to find new forms of entertainment. The things I used to do are no longer feasible, and instead the dogs and I have been exploring the woods in my area. 

Sweden is huge and sparsely populated and you can walk around for a long time without meeting anyone. (Heck, some days you can drive for a long time without meeting another car.) For a Floridian the idea of venturing off the asphalt may sound terrifying, but we don't have any really dangerous animals, and if you walk past a dilapidated building it's probably just as empty as it looks.

The other day, we came across this. I don't know if it's still used for something, I hope it is, and it's pretty cool.






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