Not much is said or written so I have to do a lot of guessing myself. However it seems this is about a christmas magazine contest where the winners got to go on a “luxury automobile drive” through the province of Dalarna. The writing on the side of the car is the name of the magazine.
I recognize a few of them. One is the entrance arch to the cemetery and church where I was baptised. The “stone” on top of the mountain looking out over Lake Siljan is only a few hundered yards from where I took you to the town of Rättvik this summer.
The bad shape look was probably due to all the floating pulp wood in the river on it’s way to the mill were I work. In one of my driving videos we crossed that same floating bridge, remember? The mill’s production started 1899. The 1897 rivited steel arch building that accomodated the very first paper machines is still standing and serves as spare part storage.
The sign says “…eografik museum” something. Maybe 1895 is when this became a museum, because those buildings are a lot older. The house to the right is where King Gustaf Vasa hid in the outhouse disposal compartment trying to escape the angry men from Dalarna. He ruled 1523-1560.
I can’t say for sure but if it’s the dam I think it is, it’s still there. So is the stone bridge. 10-12 miles from here.