After spending another night at Linneás sister’s house, we decided it was time to move on. My God, two nights in the same place is almost some kind of record;). Jokes aside, we chose to head north again, more specifically towards Växjö. We decided to go camping, mostly so that the kids could play a little, and therefore landed on Evedals Camping .
Living on a campsite in the middle of winter is also a bit special, which you have to reckon with when you choose to drive an RV all year round as we do. Many campsites are not open at all, and those who do have to adjust their expectations for service according to the season. We had a great stay at Evedals, and will be back during the summer to test the summer offer.
Unfortunately, the playground at the campsite was not quite what we had hoped for. The day that came also offered generously with minus degrees, whereupon standing and freezing in a playground did not feel super attractive. We therefore decided to take a chance and go for it Leos Lekland in Växjö. Very many playgrounds have been closed for spontaneous visits due to the pandemic. However, Leos has solved it well by only selling a certain number of tickets, and then only in advance. For us adults no problem at all to keep our distance, and two kids with happiness just bubbleing out of their bodies. Also much appriciated to run around a bit after spending hours seated in the RV.
The playland in Växjö felt well taken care of and well maintained. Maybe you think that Leos at this point could have updated their concepts a bit by now, as it feels like they have looked more or less the same since they opened. On the other hand, the kids do not care at all about it, and still have just as much fun. So why change a winning concept.
When we moved on, we actually made the trip to Värnamo for the simple reason that we wanted to visit Boligheter in Värnamo . This super nice interior design store has been opened by one of our closest friends Jenny, but when we moved to Linköping we have not had the opportunity to actually check it out. We are hardly objective in the matter but: WOW! Now we are not interior design photographers any of us, so the pictures do not do the store justice. But if you have the roads past, make sure to visit Jenny, and feel free to follow Boligheter i Värnamo Instagram . The commitment she has to what she does is clearly difficult to match!
Today we parked next to my mother’s summer cottage. Now we will meet her for a couple of days, work a little, eat some good food and relax. Her cottage is so far out in the country that if you go out at night it is so quiet that you almost get a headache. In other words, it’s hard not to relax.
Then we think that the journey continues to Örebro, but we will see.