Stranded Swedes arrive ashore in Delaware after rescue at sea
Mar 10, 2014 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The News Journal
A full-scale mock-up of what the homes in Mill Stone community will look like was unveiled at a... I'm not sure what was better in 2010: Seeing the Mona Lisa recreated out 14,312 jelly beans at the... Niklas Carlberg, 35, and Karin Wiger, 24, of Sweden arrived ashore in Wilmington on Monday after being rescued Saturday off the Bermuda coast.
Hey, the Swedes are doing it again. This is how the Swedes first founded and settled, in what we now call Delaware, over 280 yrs ago. Great to hear you made it safely and welcome to Delaware!!
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