lørdag den 19. juli 2014
Første mand på banen var min mindste nevø, og da han var tvangsindlagt til først at gå heeeeeeele vejen over i Frederiksberg Have for at se, om elefanterne var ude (Moster! Du sagde, det var lige ved siden af, men det er rigtig langt væk!) benyttede vi noget af vejen til et lille billede, hvor han for en gangs skyld syntes det var min tur til at være offer.......
Because it's summer, and since they are moving to the US very soon, we started a round of "last sleep-over at Moster's for a long time".
First player was my youngest nephew, and since he was forced to first go all the looooooong way to Frederiksberg Gardens to see, if the elephants were out (Moster! You told me it was right beside the station, but it's really far away!) we stopped for a photo on the way, and for once he insisted I had to be the victim.......
He needs to get a little Denmark stuffed in his pretty head, so the next day we took the train to Elsinore to see Kronborg. The casemates were extremely cool (and a perfect place for torches!) and of course we had to see Holger Danske! (Ogier the Dane)
The cannons were a hit as well. And the big cannon-balls! You could see right across to Sweden and we talked (ehm. I was the one talking. Maybe he listened) about the wars with Sweden, the Sound Dues and saluting for the Queen and her family.
The giant anchors were fun too, although it wasn't that easy climbing all the way up there!
Zelda! Han spillede, jeg læste højt for ham. Super hyggeligt!
On the train and when he got back home, it looked like this. Another nephew playing Zelda! He played, I read the text aloud. So nice!