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Naturally Sweden

7 monthes ago   |   By Ottsworld

The fire crackled as Sofie put the juniper branch in the fire. This warmth was welcome on this damp, cool hiking day in Jämtland - the southern part of northern Sweden. We had been hiking for about 3 hours through the soft, spongy, treeless tundra towards the border of Norway. This stop for fika, otherwise known as making coffee, near the lake was a well needed break.
Our guide Sofie let the juniper branch crackle and catch on fire; then she blew it out. The branch was smoking when she quickly lifted the lid off the coffee that had been boiling over our fire and put the smoky branch...
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