Miciņi has a very special place in my heart. I spent a good time in my early teenage years living here together with my dear granny. In fact, she was born here in 1929. Back in these days, a life buzzed in this area. Now, little has left over from the past glory - our family even doesn't own the land plot here. This is the thing I'm planning to change.

When I have a chance - I always try to visit this now almost abandoned place - it gives a good energy for me and of course a lot of good memories. For this article I'm attaching a few photographies I made at Miciņi in Summer 2017.

Crop fields at Miciņi

Crop fields at Miciņi

Nowadays some large farmer is running a farm here.

Chipped wood and crop fields

Chipped wood and crop fields

Most probably the farm is heavily subsided by EU funds

fir trees at Miciņi

fir trees at Miciņi

Somewhere at this place was a house

Somewhere at this place was a house

My Great Grandfather (1900-1973) built a house here after WW1, the house name was Kalnmiciņi​