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( Jun. 21st, 2011 09:53 pm)
Can someone tell me - if all the witches are flying to Bloksbjerg thursday night, what are those things we're burning? Assuming there will be any burning - the weather forecast looks kind of wet.
Whoever thought it was a brilliant idea for the local libraries to process passports - yeah, not a fan of you. On the positive side, the deluge of pre-holiday passports have come and gone - on the negative side, now we're getting all the "oops-I-forgot-I-need-a-passport-to-go-further-abroad-than-the-rest-of-Scandinavia-and-I'm-leaving tomorrow" people - and seriously, when you have to bribe somone with cake to bring extra boxes of temporary passports to the library branch... Apart from that we seem to be hitting the summer lull.

On a very positive side, I'd just like to say that the new A-Team movie is awesome.

Anyway, wishing safe flying and huge clouds of volcanic ash to all the ladies at Brocken tonight...

And I should probably stop and go to bed soon. Soonish. Probably.
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( Jun. 23rd, 2005 11:20 pm)
One year it would be cool to somehow get a boat and sail along the coastline - nearly any coastline, as long as it's Danish and reasonably populated - on Sankt Hans eve. Just floating by, watching all the bonfires on shore.

This year was the first year in many that it wasn't raining or cold or generally unpleasant (or, in one memorable case, so hot and dry that the authorities prohobited bonfires). So, went down to Snekkersten, got eaten by mosquitoes, couldn't hear the bonfire speech or the Midsommer song, but did get a fine view of the burning pile of wood and witch they had put out on the water. It was rather nice.

Another thing that might be fun on Sankt Hans would be to visit Bloksbjerg. Just to see what all those witches get up to down there...


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