Author Archives: Scott Larsen

Interest in his Danish grandfather who emigrated to the U.S. made Scott explore his Danish roots. He has done extensive genealogy on his Larsen family – but there’s always more questions. A longtime American journalist who lives in Canada, he has visited Denmark, wrote about his travels on this blog, and hopes to return to the ‘Land of Hamlet’ someday.

When Hans Christian Andersen Came to Town

Today, I reach back into my blog archives. It is special posting for a number of reasons: it was among […]

Quick: Name a Danish and British historical event in 1843

Front gate of Copenhagen’s Tivoli amusement park taken with my Olympus digital camera in 2012 and the title page of […]

America’s 51st ‘State’ Every Fourth of July

I chuckled when I read the headline, Denmark Becomes the 51st State on the Fourth, in my research around Rebild National Park. […]

Just why do they call it Danish squash?

Today for lunch, I had the second half of my acorn squash from last night’s dinner, called Danske grøntsag I […]

Denmark, latitudinally speaking

  This weekend is the start of the unofficial summer season across Canada when individuals and families begin their summer […]

A ViEW ON dANISH ART

Scott Larsen

Interest in his Danish grandfather who emigrated to the U.S. made Scott explore his Danish roots. He has done extensive genealogy on his Larsen family - but there's always more questions. A longtime American journalist who lives in Canada, he has visited Denmark, wrote about his travels on this blog, and hopes to return to the 'Land of Hamlet' someday.