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    Quote Originally Posted by PatHex View Post
    Are they, reindeer eggs ?



    Thanks for sharing ! I won' be tricked by Bieggolmai at the next meeting !

    No , they are egg surprise
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    I will try to cook reindeer eggs at the next SKAHO!
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    So dudes, any updates regarding dates for this particular event?

    Looks like i cant join in case this is going down between the 11th and 18th of July...
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    No, i havn't heard from them !
    My guess is that everyone is busy with this thing called x-mas
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    Quote Originally Posted by moski View Post
    My guess is that everyone is busy with this thing called x-mas
    oh yeah... forgot about that :P
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    Would this be a good trip for someone with very little paddling experience? But can swim.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutch View Post
    Would this be a good trip for someone with very little paddling experience? But can swim.
    I think this trip was planned for a someone like that

    So, what are your plans besides this trip/hang ?
    How long are you here for ?
    Will go somewhere else than Sweden ?

    I 'm really looking forward to this !
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    Quote Originally Posted by moski View Post
    Group Hang in Sweden/Scandinavia in July 2012

    Any one interested ?
    Any suggestions ?
    How about a tranquil paddle in a nice canoe down streams/rivers and through small lakes.
    There should be plenty of possibilities for that in Sweden.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlazeAway View Post
    How about a tranquil paddle in a nice canoe down streams/rivers and through small lakes.
    There should be plenty of possibilities for that in Sweden.
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    I am so sorry !
    This the the trip everybody is refering to.
    I really thought this was posted in public and not only PM:d

    Quote Originally Posted by moski
    Yeah, a breakthrough

    I think i finally found the Alpacka trip !

    We go there by a steam ship , 3.5 hours.
    Boat ticket = 27 usd
    Nice lunch = 27 usd

    The steam ship is 100 years old .
    Read about here
    http://www.mariefred.info/Eng/index_eng.htm

    From Marifred we paddle for 2 days to a town called Gnesta, from here we take the train back to Stockholm.

    Gnesta to Stockholm is 40min for 15 usd.

    We can easily extend the paddling to more days/night.

    I will look more into this and send you some more info soon.
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