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"We are planning on taking you to Henna's grandparents summer cabin for the first night and have a relaxing evening and get some sleep. Spend a day as typical finnish holiday in a summer cabin (it is not that different of yours). I thought that it would be nice if you´d have time to come and visit Jyväskylä (city where we live ) right after the wedding and see our home. Jyväskylä is a nice small university city in mid Finland. (a lot bigger than somero) And there is train connection to Helsinki as well.

What is comes to the survival kit you need in Mökki and your stay while visiting.. Unless you are able to find "polar bear scaring apparatus" do not take anything or maybe the latest edition of penguin catch would be appreciated as well! :)

We provide you sleeping bags/blankets and you do not need mosquito net or anything. I think you´ll be fine..or at least alive.. When providing place to overnight for more than 10 people I can´t guarantee luxury every night but I´m sure you´ll be fine and everyone will have a place to stay. No need for you to carry unneccesary stuff that we can provide! but we´re short of the polar bears scaring devices..

The mökki my parents is in Somero and Henna´s grandparents mökki is located between Helsinki and Somero. We are planning that all international guests would stay the night 31st-1st there and enjoy finnish summer (sauna etc.)( swimming suit might be a good idea) and barbeque. On friday the 1st we might have plenty of preparations and if you do not mind you might be able to help us with it. Now the globalization is the word of the day I promised ´cheap foreign labor if needed...

Hey, Do you know how to do line dance?? hahaha. I had this great idea that Alisa and Janelle could teach a country line dance to the wedding guests. How does that sound?" ~ Jarno Purtsi

Posted by nat-ali 08:55 Archived in Finland Tagged preparation

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