The Nordic resort of Öresund in the south-east of Sweden has been in the news for the past few years after its owners had a problem with a local contractor who had to make changes to the resort after it was damaged by a storm.
The Swedish newspaper Helsingin Sanomat reported that the contractor had to do repairs to the roof and walls of the resort as well as make alterations to the snowfields and roads around the resort.
The repairs were apparently to ensure the snow wouldn’t freeze over, but the problems with the contractor were a little less obvious.
The roof and windows of the Öresun resort in Sweden were damaged by storm damage from a freak snowstorm in 2016.
The snowstorm was triggered by the release of massive amounts of carbon dioxide, and caused a huge amount of damage to the local infrastructure.
Photo: Lånsboken/Twitter / @OresundSkyssource TechRadAR article The Swedish ski resort of Goteborg in central Sweden was also hit by the weather.
The resort, which was built in the 1920s, was one of the most popular ski resorts in Sweden in the 1970s and 80s.
However, the current owners have said that the snow and ice conditions in Öresound have left them unable to operate, and that it has taken longer than expected to get the resort up to full operational status.
In the meantime, some of the local residents have decided to start up a ski resort themselves, and they’re planning to set up a camp at the ski resort.
“We’re going to set a ski camp for everyone to ski in,” the manager of the site told the Swedish newspaper Ekstra Bladet.
The owner of the ski camp, Svein Åberg, told Ekstra that the site was already full with visitors, but that he was still waiting for the local municipality to allow the camp to go on.
The camp, however, was not the only thing that was going to go up, the manager said.
He also said that it was planned to have a restaurant for those who wanted to come to the site.
The camp’s manager said that he is also considering putting up a memorial for the fallen and missing people who have been found, and is looking for people who are willing to come out and make a special memorial for people that died in the snowstorm.
“The number of dead is growing day by day,” he told Ekbladet, adding that he believes the camp will be able to provide the needed funds to rebuild the resort before the start of winter.