My memories are of long hot summer days spent by the harbour catching crabs, building rafts, swimming in the sea, long walks along the beach collecting stones, laying at the top of the hill behind the summer house looking down at the harbour watching the small fishing boats and the busy life of the marina. Sleeping in bunk beds, playing cards, reading comic books and spending time with my family. History repeats itself so wonderfully....
The view from the house
The duck pond in village, just as I remember
One of Denmark's oldest churches
Possible one of the most beautiful views from a grave yard
The resting place of my great grand parents
Findings from the beach
Time to be creative
And time to rest
The light house
The view from the top of the hill
My fathers auntie Lily, 93 and young at heart
Catch of the day
My grandfather named the house Cuba after sailing voyages from around the globe
*Sejerø is a Danish island in the Kattegat close to Zealand.
The island covers an area of 12,36 km² and has 400 inhabitants. The largest village on Sejerø is Sejerby, with half of the island's population.