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You are SO welcome, it is what happens, Ank!! Thanks so very much dear!!


It happend again. O o o my. Sorry Hanne.
I don't remember what I wrote, but I like the photo and the story. Thanks.


Yes, Fidget, exactly is is and I too think it's a very good one. We laughed loudly when we saw the sign the first time, and that was how we learned the people to know. Olle, was his name, the man who made the burgers, just looked at us and started laughing too, and then we talked and talked and continued for many years!! Thanks so very much!!

Oh, Ardy, tomorrow I'll post some pictures of their wonders, the reindeer burger. I don't eat burgers normally but these!! They are gorgeous, and IF you have room for it you MUST have one of the homebaked cinnamon buns!! Then we walk the 5½ km back again! A little foolish but what don't you do to meet nice people, see great sights and taste nice things that you won't have anywhere else?? Thanks so very much!!


A great place to find when one is tired and thirsty and hungry. Glad I had breakfast fairly recently or i'd be tempted to go find something to eat. Thanks, Hanne.


I found "Lap Danalds" to be humorous. Perhaps a Lapland twist on McDonald's?


Some days ago we looked at the grass kåte in Laddjujaure, the place on the track to Kebnekaise, the tallest mountain in Sweden. But there are other kåter around, this coffee kåte i.e. which is a real oasis in the wilderness. When you have walked 5½ km you come to this from the civilization and are able to choose among many nice things to eat and drink. When you come from Kebnekaise you have been on your way for 15-18 km and really need it. About 20.000-30.000 people pass this place every year. It has existed from the early 1930's when a Sami started rowing people across the lake so they didn't have to walk so far. Since then they changed to motor boats and made the coffee place which has become awfully popular. When we started visiting the place the owners were elderly people - two brothers who sailed the boat and made reindeer burgers and their wives who baked delicios cakes and bread for the coffee and made it run. A couple of years ago their children took over and they now run the place. They have made the beautiful terrasse and some other facilities and it all looks very good. We walk the 5½ km with much joy to have a cup of coffee and a burger!!

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