The place is in our home village Rumar and on the highest point of our island, Rumar Mountain. There is an observation tower built to follow the weather and now during summer opened for everyone to visit - we borrow the binoculars. It is 65 steps up and you get as high as 50 metres above the sea level; that is high around here:)
Beside it there is this lovely wooden kiosk for the entrance fee, fresh coffee and tea, cold lemonade by Laitilan Wirvoitusjuomatehdas - made by wind-power! - and cute sweets by a new local sweet factory, Karkkimaailma. And hopefully next week also ice-cream!
Around the highest point there is a nature trail marked by piles of stone. The mountain has a special history of raising above the sea so early after the Ice Age, by the Eastern route of the Vikings and war ships as well as others sailing the Baltic Sea.
There had been held both ceremonies of church and executions of crimals and witches and the nature summons up the different sides of our archipelago. Perhaps one of these days I have time to take you to a tour! Until then keep me busy and come and have a visit! We are open every day from 11 to 18! Next summer at our own farm...
and Madde and Chris: http://yle.fi/uutiset/ruotsin_hovi_osallistui_prinsessa_madeleinen_ja_chris_oneillin_kuulutuksiin_-_video/6649092