Nature conservation in Sweden
Since leaving Denmark behind us, we are having difficulty deciding on our next destination. Sweden’s west coast is fronted by clusters of islands, ranging from tiny specks to some that are large enough to host races. One island is little more than a grey rock, the next is obscured under a mass of green vegetation. We stop at ten of the islands. One thing that they all have in common, whether uninhabited, covered by development or privately owned, is that anyone may visit them.