You’re observant on details.
Those fences are still quite common around here. They used to be for fencing in critters in the old days. Young spruce cleared to improve timber’s growing power. Tied together with finger thin spruce plants split in half and soaked in hot water not to break when making eights around the double standing posts.
Fencemakers pay 2$ a piece for delimbed 10-12 foot spruce, even more if debarked as well. I’ve made some good hourly wages that way. Bowsaw and hatchet gives the highest quality end result.
About the Chevy.
Old American cars from the 50s and 60s have always been popular in Sweden. Especially in the middle part where I live. There are lots of meets in summertime. In the town of Rättvik where I ended my video there is “Classic car week” every summer with hundereds of old am cars in mint condition showing up.
No, just old villages that have become more denst for every generation. It has alway been very common for farmers here to live in the village but have there land miles away. Also I think there is a tradition of building close together in this part of the country because it has always been wolf territory. 90% of the swedish wolf population for some reason stay put in this middle 10% area. Except late 1800s early 1900s when they were close to eliminated. Ever since government and city enviromentalists have worked hard to help them grow in numbers. Hunters and rural people object. A very delicate problem here. You get jail time if you shoot a wolf. SDKQ is common (shoot, dig and keep quiet).
Mr Tom, listen to your wife. You’re welcome to visit.
Kristijan, I may look good in the glasses but the video doesn’t look as good. They don’t give the scenery justice. I think I’ll save them for looking down the hopper.