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This is the little hut next to our apartment building where the dumpsters and recycling bins are. It’s totally clean and not at all smelly. You could have a picnic in there. Somehow I feel that this is one of those things that could only happen in Scandinavia.

This is a sign that was up next to a parking lot that they’re repaving near the campus.

It says: No entry except for workers! Parents who let their children play at this construction site are responsible for accidents that cause injuries.

The sign was only there for a few days, though, and there wasn’t anything visibly dangerous around — just a large, flat, dirt-covered place. Given the retro look of this sign, maybe someone just put it up to be funny.

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I'm an American who started blogging when I moved to Russia in 2004. Eventually I moved to Sweden, where life is pleasant but uneventful, and stopped blogging for lack of interesting things to say. And then I joined Facebook, which further destroyed any motivation for blogging. Maybe someday I'll start blogging again, but for now, this blog is dormant, an archive of The Russia Years: 2004-2008.

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