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Autumn canoeing


The birch leaves are turning yellow and starting to fall to the ground the smell of wood smoke is in the air.

Canoe with open fire

This is one of my favorites times of the year, here in Sweden Autumn is truly with us.

As Summer seems such a long time ago, its one of the best times to go canoeing.

I find there is nothing better than getting out on the lake and finding a secluded spot to relax, unwind and enjoy the tranquility.

If this seems all to much to bare then why not spend a night in the grill hut.

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