Since February 2016 I read books with my Kobo eReader. I didn’t like it at first but I had to come to this compromise because I didn’t have any more space in my library. I’m a book addicted and I don’t know how many books I bought since last year because of discounts and promotions on the Kobo website. Thankfully I have them all in !one book”.
I bought 6 books in May here they are:
This is what I read during the week from May 29th to June 3rd.
I know only one book. In my defense I was on vacation and walked all day. Maybe next wee I will have more books, but I need to upload all the photos and postcards from my trip…. Busy, busy week!
So, here the thing. I am less busy right now, so I was thinking of adding more content to the site. Thing is, I have a new computer where I don’t had all my files or photoshop so I’m deciding what to do… Transfer everything is time consuming and using that old monstrosity is out of question. Moreover I’m deciding what content to add because during those years my hobbies, likes and dislikes changed pretty much (the only certain thing is that I still love reading books). So from now on I’m going to plan what I want to add here so I hope to have some new ideas from now to the end of the month.
I’m actually going on a trip at the end of May so I hope to add lots of photos after (need to dust my old “logo” for pics from my old slow computer).
Koli National Park (Finnish: Kolin kansallispuisto) is a national park in the municipalities of Joensuu, Lieksa and Kontiolahti in the North Karelia region of Finland. It covers 30 square kilometers (12 sq mi) of forested hills on the western shore of Lake Pielinen, and was established in 1991. Contrary to the other national parks in Finland, Koli National Park was originally governed by the Finnish Forest Research Institute Metla. It is now governed by the Metsähallitus like the other national parks.
Koli has lots to offer cultural heritage-wise. Formerly, it was a sacrificial site, but was later used for slash-and-burn agriculture. The purpose of Koli National Park isn’t to preserve wild nature, but the traditional agricultural heritage is cherished in Koli. Some fields are slashed, burnt and re-cultivated; hay is cut yearly. Traditional Finnish breeds of cow and sheep graze in the meadows of Koli.
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