Sweden, 8th-16th October 2005
Assorted photos from a trip to visit Jen's friends and family
A picnic by the lake with Ia, Johan, kids and dog
Home sweet home
A stroll by the lake
An arboreal creature
Cobwebs in the woods at Äskestock
Swedish high fashion
Jen rowing us across the bay at Äskestock
We took a day to visit Trollegater, a granite fissure-cave system in the woods near Linköping, with Carin, Magnus and Lovisa. The caves are believed to have been formed as the result of an earthquake.
Jen can be seen here, laughing manically as she lowers her niece into a hole in the ground
Jen and Lovisa in said hole in the ground. The underground passages were quite long in some places, and formed a kind of square-cut grid under the surface, accessable through squeeze-holes in places
Returning Lovisa to her mother
Trolls are said to live in the caves
And here's the proof
No, I don't want to go home yet..!