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Tribute to Sir Edmund

May 10, 2013
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2h challenging walk – we made it

Every challenge is relative. Today we defeated “the summit” – Brattön. No fancy
climbing equipment, no oxygen bottles, no sherpas, only us and a desire to see
the beautiful scenery. This time of the year, government employed cows grace
the 130m high field of green grass. I guess they are hiding somewhere or maybe
finance policy means this year they stay at home. A couple of reptiles compensated
the lack of cows.

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Slowworm

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Hepatica

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Anchored N Brattön

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Tussilago (Tussilago Farfara)

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