The place where my brother and I had arranged to meet with our aunt and uncle last Sunday was an old countryside mill (at a village called Vänga). It has been preserved partly as a museum, and partly as a café – very popular in the summer. (They’re open six days a week in the tourist season, and weekends in autumn and spring.) They also have a little shop where they still sell locally produced flour (and a few other things).
I have blogged about the place before at least once, a few years ago. (We were in better luck with the weather this time!)
The wooden sign says Welcome.
We had lunch indoors up in the loft this time.
(Photo deliberately blurred, using a focus zoom filter in Picasa.)
And then we went for a little stroll outdoors around the premises.
The store has an old-fashioned interior too, of course.
Sweet temptations on display outside.
(No, I did not buy any!)
“We sell kerosene.” (Hm. Once upon a time, maybe…)
(Trolls like this place too.)
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