Hybo is a small dreary village, not yet deserted. It had its era of prosperity between 1886 and 1938 when the sawmill was active. The sawmill employed about 270 workers, male and female and in the village lived about 1500 people. Today here live ca 250. Between 1941 and 1952 was the main employer the flaxprocessing and here were three grocerystores. Today is the only employer the villageschool and day care center with 50 pupils and children in care.
The sawmill building is out of the picture to the left, the wood blocked the wiew.
The panorama is taken 23/10 2011. To get to the view point I had to walk 500 meters 45 degrees up on slippery rocks the last bit to get a clear view.