A rather thoroughly outfitted King Gustaf of Sweden (below) went fishing for a fortnight in Lapland. Since Gustaf Adolf's catches of trout ran about half a pound each, it was something of a case of expecting sea monsters and catching minnows. The tone of the whole trip was more or less set at the beginning when, after a 435-mile flight from Stockholm, the 82-year-old monarch's helicopter made a forced landing on a mountainside. Day after day of rain followed, the king caught a cold and the catches remained comically poor. Finally Gustaf retreated to his lodge in the village of T�rna and good-naturedly settled for sessions of his favorite card game, canasta.