October 6, 2019
Drive north from Särslövsvägen.
North of Södra Sallerup, east of Malmö, are some fishing ponds.
Before this here was a line quarry.
With the hope of finding fossils.
At the ponds is a larger parking.
Two ponds. A path goes around the northern pond.
Follows it counterclockwise.
Steep stairs to fishing jettys.
We use the stairs to get down to the slopes at the northern
and western parts of the pond.
It's a narrow strip of beach. Looking for fossils on the slopes.
Finds a probable mussel shell. But no more. A lot of nice stones.
There were flint mines here during the Stone and Bronze Age.
Sitting with coffee in the sunshine.
There are some who fish, the fishing luck does not seem to be as good.
In the southern part is a path to the other pond, following horse pastures.
The southern dam is not for fossil looking.
Surrounded by shrubs and grassy areas,
the steep side is barred. Only fly fishing is allowed.
Swisch, fishing line come in the air. Have to stay at a distance.
Round the pond. Picking apple. Back to the northern dam.
Follows in on east side. Looking again for fossil.
Don't see anyone getting any fish.
The autumn colors have begun.
Looking in the steep by the parking lot. Nothing.
Time to drive home.