The Fisherman's Hut
In the early 1900s and up to 1950, there were 8-10 cabins at the coast of Læsø, which the fishermen used as a base for fishing of common lobsters with pots.
The cottages were built of materials that were driven ashore, and they usually contained one or two bunks, table, chair and a boiler for making coffee. The evenings they spent in the cabins, where they arranged their hook trays or lobster pots, while they drank coffee and talked about life and the world.
Ships from Denmark.