It is proven once again that you should never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has. OK, I nicked the quote but it’s the essence of the strategy. Remember, remember, it’s the month of December. Time to pull the brake and be a … Continue reading Motherland connecting globally
This is the dystopian version of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah (in Swedish) called “Här i Kramfors” (Here in Kramfors*). However, don’t let the dystopian ingredients fool you. Enjoy the music and scenery. Freedom, space and creativity is our strength. And we have lots of it. Once again, cheers for Nylands Järn, the music sprung out of the hardware store … Continue reading Freedom, space and creativity – hallelujah
Today I am proud of my friend that believes that art can change the world. That is why he creates sustainable art with a message by reusing and recycling materials that otherwise would end up in landfills. He believes that sustainability matters more than ever, that is crucial and that our future depends on it. … Continue reading Sustainability matters
The expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting or sculpture, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power. Therefore, I believe graffiti is an art form and that it should be looked at as any other expression of creative skills in visual … Continue reading Ghost, you can make a difference!
The year is 1969. The first humans landed on the moon and the mission commander of the Apollo 11, Neil Armstrong supposedly stated: “That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind”. I keep wondering if it wasn’t the other way around? In what direction did that leap go? I am not … Continue reading A chapel by a river and the time to enjoy
Good news. There is still hope for the endangered species of Bollstabruk. As the recent local news reports, there is even hope for our friends in Lunde and Mörtsal. You may never have heard of these places, nevertheless, any person looking for a summer house or a place to downshift life in tranquil and beautiful … Continue reading Train stations – hope for endangered species
Today, there are no trains stopping in Bollstabruk. The closest train station is 11 km south, in Kramfors. If you arrive to, or leave from The Höga Kusten Airport, there’s a station in connection to the airport at Västeraspby, 12 km north. That is, Bollstabruk is the cultural hub in the middle. Yes, we are a … Continue reading Bollstabruk want a train station