August 6, 2017
Drive the road from Skillinge towards Brantevik.
The sign points on a narrow road towards the village.
An idyllic little village that started as a fishing village in the 19th century.
During a short period in 19th century millstones were cut in the limestone rocks on the coast.
Millstones were manufactured after ordering.
At the beginning of the village is a small parking.
Sets the car and follows the road into the village.
A sign tells you about an ancient grave.
Just watching a grassy hill.
Going the southern road, there are three roads in the village, between the houses
down to the rocks.
Out on the rocks, there are round holes after the millstones.
There should be about 40 pieces.
More people are coming.
Some do not seem to see anything.
Walking around and leaving again.
Rain showers pass.
Millstones was made with hammer and chisel around what would be the millstone.
Then the block was blown away by means of wedges.
East is a sandy beach.
Do not feel for a swim.
West there are pastures, where there is a slate on the beach.
Returns to the rocks.
It is beautiful beautifull weather now.
Walk the middle road back to the parking lot.
Drive to Skillinge harbor.
On the harbor inn they have small dishes between lunch and evening.
Lobster and smoked shrimp taste excellent.
A little strange that they do not have local fish.