When in Hälsingland, mamma decided that we were going to visit a . A Same-Viste is the Sami people’s old type of homestead. The Sami people are half-nomadic people with their own language and culture, and they populated Scandinavia before the modern-day Scandinavians took over.
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In Funäsdalen we took a to a Same-Viste located at the top of a beautiful mountain. The ride was a bit scary for a little a dog like me. As we departed, we distanced ourselves more and more from the mossy stones and trees that we had just been among. Finally, we saw the pine trees from above, and we could see more beautiful landscape open up in the distance.
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At the top of the mountain mama had a waffle at the restaurant and we enjoyed the views from the restaurant’s terrace as she ate it. Then we set off to the Same-viste!
The Same-Viste area was in fenced and there were a few signs with information. There were several different structures, all made very naturally of wood, bark and turf. There were also some fun activities for children to do, such as practicing reindeer catching skills.
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If you want to learn more about traveling to Sweden with a dog you can visit the page Plan a Trip – Sweden. There, mama has collected useful information for travel to Sweden with a dog.