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Exploring Church Island Nature Reserve PART 2.

Exploring Church Island Nature Reserve PART 2. We look at 500-year-old trees, look at the stunning forest and even find deer droppings. There are many signs of wildlife and past floods. But Church Island (Kyrkön) in Järvsö is also just a beautiful place to visit.

Watch PART 1 of my Island Exploration:

My name is Andreas Fransson aka The Beard Bringer, and today we are doing PART 2 of my Church Island exploration video. I walk in the woods taking in all the beautiful scenery, look at 500-year-old trees and explore the island.

I plan on making more exploration videos from this island, and other parts of Järvsö, as well as telling you stories about this place. I plan on telling the story about the missing church bells in Järvsö, which can be heard from the bottom of the river on new years night… supposedly.

I also plan to take you to ancient landmarks, sacrificial pits, monuments, runestones and other really neat places.

Please let me know in the comments if you want to see more videos like this. Thank you so much for watching!

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