Arrived in Stockholm. Awake at 20 past 5, goddammit! Continued to Göteborg, where we were quite early. Saw nobody at the con site, and no mention of a Swecon, so we knew we had to be in the right place.
Went to eat. Came back later. Two organizers present. Proceeded to build the con site up (put up guide plaques, tables for performers and vendors, chairs for the audience etc.). And not a cork screw in sight!
People started arriving. Even some programming. Found a cork screw. And the GoH got to the country, only a few hours late. We even found a place to stay for the night. So, all in all, everything is looking swell. Tired now; more to follow later.
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