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Easter 2013 – part II

April 28, 2013

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Spending time at my family’s summer house is one of my favourite things to do on holidays and the occasional weekends. I love coming up here – there is just something magical about the place. I can feel my shoulders dropping on the drive up. I love taking a break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Even though we have TV’s and internet, we still tend to spend more quality time together than we do at home.

The house is tiny, but it is so homey and cozy. And it is filled with wonderful memories of time spent with loved ones and summers past.
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We come here all year round. And I love all the seasons – but summer is my absolute favourite. It is just so nice to escape the city and to have a garden right outside. Trips to the beach, barbecues on the terrace, a glass of cold white wine in the sun are just some of my favourite things to do – ahh!

But the spring season is lovely too. It was still cold outside, so we had a fire burning. And I love being all curled up on the sofa with a good book, a nice cup of coffee and a fire burning.
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The poster is a reprint of the front page from an old ferry timetable.
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We are a family that loves to read and it shows. There are books stored everywhere – all sorts of books collected and left up here over the years. You can always find something interesting to read.

Want to see more from the Easter holiday? Catch part I here.
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  • Reply Easter – part III | that nordic feeling May 22, 2013 at 07:16

    […] We eat a lot of fish, when we’re up at the summer house. I guess you are supposed to, when you are that close to the sea – anything else would be a crime, right? There is this charming little fish shop at Rørvig harbour. The fish is always fresh and the quality is good. The people in the shop are always very helpful with recipes and they also sell the most delicious freshly home-baked bread and lots of specialities – some even local. The fishing boats are docked right outside. Check out that view! Finally a shot from my favourite coffee place up here Madkunsten. Great food, great coffee, always freshly home-baked goods (Let’s face it, they had me at the carrot cake!). So of course we found time for at latte and cake (you saw that one coming, didn’t you) during the Easter break. Want to see more from the Easter holiday at the summer house? Catch part I and part II. […]

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