“Ale’s Stones (or Ales stenar in Swedish) is a megalithic monument in Skåne in southern Sweden. It is a stone ship, oval in outline, with the stones at each end markedly larger than the rest. It is 67-metres long formed by 59 large boulders, weighing up to 1.8 tonnes each,” says the Wiki.
I’ve been wandering around a good deal, and have got back to good internet connectivity. Here are two of the very interesting places I visited in the Skane area of Sweden, thanks to
What better way to observe the eve of American Independence Day than by meeting two Americans who are now independent of their country? It has been a long time in the planning, but I finally met up with
A: My beautiful brown eyed sweetheart… K: Nnnyyy, I want blue eyes… A: But why, you have lovely eyes K: But everyone pretends they are chocolate and tries to eat them A: But if you have blue eyes, then people will pretend they are blueberries, and try to eat them too. K: No, Madison says that blue eyes are water, and no one likes to have water that much, so I want blue eyes.