NORDQUA in Sweden was a great success, with 37 participants from Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Svalbard and the United States. We had masters and PhD students, Swedish survey people and several profs and lecturers—it was a wonderful mix of folk. Our evenings were spent chatting up Quaternary because all students were ‘forced’ to make a presentation on their projects. There was also some singing of the Friends of the Pleistocene Digging Song! The days brought us to moraines, drumlins, tills, varves and drainage deposits. The guide book is available for downloading: