My first working weekend has passed and I did like it, even if I was a bit confused about what day it was on Friday :-) It was quite nice to work today even if the weather was cloudy and cold, because I heard the seagull for the first time this year :-) Growing up by the sea seagull noice is something I really like. So when I moved up here I thought that I never would hear that sound again. Guess if I was lucky when I realised that we have the biggest coloni of Pewitts in Scandinavia here by the crane lake :-) :-) In swedish their name is “skrattmås”, that means “Laughing seagull”. And to be honest, it sounds a bit like a hystercal laughter :-)
Can You see the single trees on the mountin top? Some forewstowners think that the trees will be better if they come from seeds nearby, used to our climat. So instead of buying new plants they save some of the trees in the forest so they can give seeds to replant the forest.
It has come some rather disturbing news from AntArctica today. The ice is melting rapidly now. If the ice melts on the north pole nothing will happen really, because the ice is already floating in the ocean. But on the south pole all ice is on land so when that melts the ocean is going to rise a lot. A big part of the ice is on top of a wolkano and those who loves disasters says that this ice might just slide out to the ocean, kreating the biggest tsunami ever. But fortunally those people normally are wrong :-) And now the winter is slowly comming to the south pole, so I don´t think we have to worry about that this year anyway.
I can´t go to my favourite stone for some time now. They have spread cow dung all around the little hill it stands on and that is probably a little bit to close to paradise to my dogs :-) Don´t think I can stopp them from eating it :-)
Well now it´s time for a cup of tea and then go out to drink it on my kitchen stairs. The sun has finally started to brake through the clouds, so I better enjoy it while it lasts. I wish You all a very nice Sunday afternoon and evening.