After Jönköping, the Biketour stayed at Bossgården, a small farm on the country-side between Falköping and Tidaholm. One of the farm buildings was built in 1818 and still has a traditional reed roof, making the farm an official cultural heritage site.
On the farm lives a small family with children, and some volunteers are around as well. There is a big vegetable garden that is being operated as a CSA (community-supported agriculture, where people pay a fixed rate to the farmer but get a varying amount of food depending how much grows).
We stayed for two nights and helped with some garden work, pruning a tree and removing some sheep manure from the stable.
The local newspaper Falköpings Tidning wrote about our stay, and also two cyclists cycled with us who had been cycling the whole summer from Umeå on recumbant bikes. They wrote a blog post about us.