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    Our little Maggie was poisoned by RAT POISON!

    Update Sunday 19th July 2020: Maggie is really doing well, eats normal, runs around, and plays again. We think all is good now. We are so happy this story has a happy end. Update Tuesday 7th July 2020: We went to the vet for a first check-up. Maggie was a lot more lively, had slept all night without breaks. She had two more injections, antibiotics,…

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    LAMPS LAMPS LAMPS A little lamp parade, telling about the lamps we have chosen for our home. We sometimes find it difficult to find the right lamp, but think we have finally managed – perhaps as inspiration for you too. The first is Havana from Foscarini, designed by Jozeph Forages. It was love at first sight when we saw it with a good friend. Here…

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    HINDBÆRSNITTER!! Danish cake, including the recipe!

    This time we are sharing a recipe of a very, very typical Danish cake, the hindbærsnitter, or raspberry slices, more or less directly translated into English. But, so far we have only translated the recipe into German. Let us know if you need it in English too. This cake has been made and enjoyed since 1700-something and was so famous that H.C. Andersen often traveled…

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    We wish you all, and your families, a Merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous New Year! We are very glad that so many of you are writing enthusiastic comments to our stories and adventures. It makes us happy deep inside, thank you so much. We already have many exciting ideas for trips in 2020. The warmest greetings from Lene, Chris and Maggie

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    SONOGNO, village and waterfall, Switzerland

    SONOGNO – when driving through the beautiful Verzasca Valley, with its lots of photo stops, Sonogno will be the end station, at least when arriving by car. (There is a parking lot, including places for motor homes just before the village.) Despite the low number of inhabitants, less than a hundred (they even speak their own language!!), this beautiful little 800 years old village lists…