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Where am I? – Part 2

So, after about a month in Japan, we are on our way home. 🙁 This time we’ll only got 5 hours to kill in Doha. Following the air plane Those of you who want to follow our flight can do … Continue reading

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Chainmail jewelry – instructions

Chainmail jewelry is an old form of art practiced by the old norse people. By studies of burial sacrifices, and some reversed engineering, we have been able to reproduce this kind of embellishment. The instructions are in Swedish but if … Continue reading

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Where am I?

In an air plane, heading for Doha, Qatar finally! 🙂 At Doha we will sit down reflecting over the meaning of Life, The Universe, and Everything for eight hours while waiting for our transfer. We might be playing some Magic: … Continue reading

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Sanzoku no Musume Rōnya goes Japan

Since we are to leave very soon now, I thought you might want to know about our travelling plans. The first part is pretty straightforward but the second part, well, it was a bit difficult to find the exact geographical … Continue reading

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Regnbågsscouterna

There’s a network within the Swedish scout organisation called Regnbågsscouterna. You’ve already heard about them if you’re following my blog. Regnbågsscouterna is a network working for a more inclusive scout organisation in Sweden. Even though Sweden and Scouterna has some of the … Continue reading

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How to decipher a Swedish scout uniform

There is a lot of information you can get from a scout uniform. Just like with tracking, the trick is to know how to “read” the uniform. The regulations for how to apply the badges to the uniform is quite … Continue reading

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Sanzoku no Musume Rōnya – About the name

The name of my IST patrol is Sanzoku no Musume Rōnya. It is Japanese (of course) and means Ronia the Robber’s Daughter. That is also the name of the protagonist in the Swedish novel by the same name, Ronja Rövardotter. … Continue reading

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T minus 7 days or Let the blogging commence!

The Swedish contingent contains about 1900 participants, ISTs and leaders. It is the biggest Swedish contingent ever to a jamboree abroad. Shipping that much scouts seems to have caused the travel agencies some trouble, leading us to leave for Japan … Continue reading

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