We are nearing the end of the gardening season in my part of Sweden. The tomato harvest have been bountiful this year. The photo above picture today’s tomato harvest. I imagine that there will be similar amounts of tomatoes every day until the first frost in 2-3 weeks. I am very happy with this season, the first at a new location. The first year at a new spot is always trial and error to some degree. I will do some things different next year, but overall I am very happy.
I only got a couple figs this year, but my tree is very young. I purchased it last year, and expect a better harvest in 1-3 years. I am very grateful that one out of my two fig trees survived moving during freezing temperatures last December.
What are you growing in your garden? This post is a respons to this week’s Sunday Still, temporarily hosted by Natalie, since my friend Terri is busy this week. Please join us here!
Lugnets nature reserve area is a short walk, or bike ride from my house. I rode my bike there today, five minutes after locking my front door I entered the closest trail in the trail system. It really is an amazing area, with both easy trails (hiking/horseback riding/mountainbike,) and some more challenging. There is also a big sport complex, ski jumps, ski-tracks for cross country skiing in the winter, and a swimming hall. Joining my friend Terri for her Sunday Stills with the theme Evergreen I’m sharing some photos from today.
I hope you enjoyed this visit to Lugnets nature reserve area in Falun, Sweden. I also hope you are enjoying the great outdoors this summer! Are you? Tell me about your favourite place to enjoy nature in a comment!
We’ve decided to explore the beautiful region of Dalarna (where we live,) this summer. Today we went to the picturesque town of Rättvik, right by lake Siljan. The water in Siljan was rather cold, but it was a wonderful day. We enjoyed a picnic on the beach.
We visited the local art and craft store, where I found a gorgeous book with water colour paintings of edible and medicinal plants.
Everything in Rättvik was so beautiful, that we didn’t even go on the hike I had planned for the day… I guess we have to come back. It’s less than one hour from where we live, I think we can manage that rather easily.