This years Medieval Week at Gotland was the coldest I’ve experienced so far. I brought all my thin woolen dresses, summer clothing and the like. As a last minute-safety option I also took my green dress as it’s a little bit warmer. Lucky thought that, because I really needed all my layers of clothes along with the hoods and my short cloak/cape.
But it was a good week anyway, apart from me beeing cold, tired and sick most of the week. Because of this, and because I was working most of the week I barely have any photos at all. But some are just too good not to show so here they are…
A windy day on the beach, a little cold for swimming but nice for wearing wool.
H had his new 14th century outfit
One must visit Kränku for tea or coffee…
…and Botaniska trädgården (gardens) for roses and different trees.
Strolling Visbys alleys.
Finding agave plants
Did some medieval braids on my (mothers) cousin Eas hair while listening to music at a picnic inside an old ruin.
Js viking outfit
M and H as vikings in the gardens. We had plans during the week to go here, there or somewere else, but we often ended up just hanging around and talking to friends and long-time-no-see-people. That’s medieval week for you, just a mix with lots of coffe and some medieval drinks…
Group photo with some friends in the gardens
The Mörk family
Y & L
Hanging out at Kapitelhusgården medieval style, I’m so glad I had time for a couple of medieval pubs this year.
…and some very modern coffee at Skafferiet and the beautiful garden.
Last but not least some photos from the 100 landsknechts march
Me, H and some friends marched in the Landsknechtmarch togehter with 150 others. And music, never forget the music!
On the ferry home, I finally got some time to read and H took a nap.