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... couldn't be greater, here we are n miles from land with very little water and in Norway, you can be 50 yards from land and have over a hundred metres under you!
Once we were on our downwind leg, we arranged the sails in a goose-wing and for 38 or more miles, we sailed this way. It is very relaxing when the genoa is poled out (remember the Skagerrak?) and the main is out on the other side with a preventer ( a bit of rope) to stop it ...
... hot... We discovered we have a huge accessible forest just behind the camp with loads of mountain bike trails. Perfect, shady adventures for Prego; a bit like Birk Crag. A lazy afternoon as yesterday's driving and sunshine suddenly hit us. Luckily, the clouds eased off and we had some good rays. I nipped to the supermarket for supplies on my bike early eve (on my own...... on roads!!...... achievement indeed!!) Jon stayed behind and brushed bog ...
... were soon safely alongside and snug. All that we wanted to do today was visit the supermarkets, some distance away, a good mile/ mile and a half from memory. I say from memory as we were last here in 2013, on the way back from Sweden on the 8th & 9th August, with a newly-repaired boat after our altercation with the uncharted rock (more shortly).
The walk into town takes you along a river, quite a scenic walk ...
... and able to be touched.
After we had finished walking around the Scandinavian zoo, Mathias drove us back. He stopped off at a surprise location, which was a beautiful lookout, which he says is one of the treasures of Aarhus that only the locals know of. It is on top of a hill, but also is boosted by an extra bump, which legend says is a Viking King burial spot. It is now heritage listed, but a really beautiful view ...
... I thought it was Catholic, with the way the alter was, and the stained glass windows, but Anne and Ida reminded me that Denmark is a protestant country.
We took the bus back to the apartment to start organising dinner. Anne and Ida prepared me a "very Danish" meal, the name of which I cannot pronounce or spell. It was fried meat with potatoes and a cheese sauce, though it was much tastier than the description implies.