26 February, 2011
There are reindeers in the northern part of Sweden. Nothing new there. Everybody who has met them when traveling by car know about their lack of sense, just standing there on the road staring and refusing to move. But the meat is tasty so I guess it's alright.
So when heading inlands (~50km of the eastern coast) it was a safe bet to expect to see a bunch of reindeers. Something that surprised me a bit was that I saw even more snowmobiles (~15) outside the restaurant where we had lunch. Oh well, I guess I'm not used to all the aspects of winter in the north.