|Sonessons Kyl and I began work on a new cold room for the Helsingborgs Krematorium|
The Crematorium is going through a lot of renovations and to enlarge its capacity. It is an interesting job for me to be a part of.
|The weather was ever changing.|
|Charlotte, Lars's wife, is helping as we install the condenser on the roof.|
|Lars is preparing some of the pipes for soldering.|
|Lars in the compressor room.|
|Some of the evaporator pipes we have installed.|
|The cold room being prepared by another company.|
Lars and I then had to go do a service job in Helsingborg in an office building.
|Helsingborg near Kärnan tower|
Later I had to go and replace a filter and recharge a "Steam Roller" with refrigerant and make sure all was functioning to specs.
|To me these machines will always be "Steam Rollers" from cartoon days.|
|Lars back in the office after a hard days work.|
|Charlotte going over a days scheduled job.|
It is now Friday and in Sweden on this particular day of the year it is Waffle Day. We are having our neighbors over for Swedish waffles. I have also decided that everyone should wear hats and change them throughout the evening just for fun. I supplied the hats.
|Setting the table.|
|Lars being greeted by his buddy Ralle.|
|Agneta preparing the waffle batter.|
|Enjoying each others company.|
|Ready to eat and drink.|
Oh, by the way John Zavala, can you spot your picture in the background?
|We are having a great time.|
|Lars and Charlotte. Swedish Mexicans?|
On the weekend Neta and I took Ralle for a walk and enjoyed the sunny crisp weekend.
|Going towards Mölle.|
|Krapperup Castle Work Barn|
|Krapperup Castle Moat|
|Looking towards Kullaberg Mölle|
The following week we went back to the Crematorium to continue work. Work was being done on the glass window high atop the dome at the Crematorium. I decided to take advantage of the opportunity to go up the scaffolding and take pictures.
|It was an interesting climb|
Following are some views from the top.
|The Belfry Tower|
|An Angel above the smoke stack to carry you to Heaven|
|A moat surrounds the Crematorium|
|Repair work on the glass dome top|
|Evaporators in the cold room|
|The top of the dome from inside|
As we left work this friday at the crematorium I took these pictures. We will be back on Monday. I feel a sort of reverence during my time here. It is hard not to be affected by the funerals that happen during the day here. I also met a priest here and during our conversation in my imperfect Swedish he said that he spoke better Spanish than English. Well I began to speak Spanish with him. He was very impressed to have found someone there with whom he could speak Spanish. He had spent 8 years in Mexico and in Central America.