Dagbok Mad Swede

Dagbok Mad Swede

Tyskland Tack My Andersson

DagbokPosted by Lars-Erik Frödeberg 2013-09-05 11:53

Nu har jag passerat Riga, som var en vacker gammal stad. Skulle vilja vandra runt här lite granna, men tiden var emot mej. Jag hittade inte någon bra campingplats, utan fick försöka ta mej ut ur staden och hitta en skog där jag kunde tälta.


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Posted by The one and only 2013-09-09 16:26

JARA SEEMS TO BE SOMETHING SPECIAL !!!

Posted by Jara 2013-09-08 22:26

Dear Lasse. I just wanted to send you a thank you note, saying that you have really inspired me today. I am a young german woman and we met outside a gasstation in germany close to the danish border and had a brief conversation. You are speaking to my nomadic soul to allow myself to go slow and reminded me that it is the relationships and what we learn from people we met that is the most important and exciting thing of life. I am already a quite courageous person but hearing your story made me happy, as I know that one never has to loose that courage. It also reminded me that whatever I want, I can archive it. I was in a ride share heading to Denmark with two strangers and meeting you inspired a beautiful conversations about values in life in the car (before meeting you, we had not yet really talked to each other in the vehicle). So - thank you. I have also shared your stories with my friends and they all think you rock and wished you were their grandfather. :)

Posted by Jara 2013-09-08 22:24

Dear Lasse. I just wanted to send you a thank you note, saying that you have really inspired me today. I am a young german woman and we met outside a gasstation in germany close to the danish border and had a brief conversation. You are speaking to my nomadic soul to allow myself to go slow and reminded me that it is the relationships and what we learn from people we met that is the most important and exciting thing of life. I am already a quite courageous person but hearing your story made me happy, as I know that one never has to loose that courage. It also reminded me that whatever I want, I can archive it. I was in a ride share heading to Denmark with two strangers and meeting you inspired a beautiful conversations about values in life in the car (before meeting you, we had not yet really talked to each other in the vehicle). So - thank you. I have also shared your stories with my friends and they all think you rock and wished you were their grandfather. :)