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... tournament. Might of had a little break down/ tear in the shower after this. To finish the day we had the opening ceremony. I was still in a pretty pooey mood but I tried to enjoy it. I didn't take any photos (sorry friend) but I will find some on Facebook when I get home for you :) wouldn't call it a very special ceremony- most of it was in Swedish although it was very cool to see a few thousand people pack out the town square for it. Today was one of those days I really needed you ...
... Sweden is their pay phones - but we found a phone to borrow. He took us to a sea kayaking location along the Archipelago. It was an experience and a half! It was probably 50 degrees with at least 15 mph winds and a sizable current pulling us everywhere we didn't want to go. The water was filled with white caps. It was a battle, an adventurously epic battle. It was cold, wet, rough, and totally disconnected from the city. We rocked ...
... is always nice. The countryside was really pretty once we got into Sweden. There were a bunch of forests and John read somewhere that camping is allowed almost anywhere here. There will be no camping on this trip though.
Our hostel in Gothenburg was about a 30 minute walk from the train station. We are in a quiet section of town and the hostel itself seems quiet. So far I have only seen a bunch of old men around and one younger guy ...
... when we got to Erik's summerplace we went for it! Together with Erik and Stefan - two Swedish ******* - we made up a marvellous meaty borsh, pelmeni (Russian meat dumplings, just like meatballs in the dough) and even the rabarber cake. After it all was eaten we could do nothing more but fall asleep. So Russian !
MEATBALLS & ALMONDI
The next day of Erik's summerhouse was a Swedish day, full of meatballs, fresh dillish potatoes under the special sauce ...
... on a pole and locked in place with 2 ropes to raise & lower the pole, both fastened, so the pole was horizontal and locked. The main was on the other side, equally locked with a preventer (a rope to stop the sail swinging in a scything arc across the boat if you, or the wind, suddenly change direction). Once the sails are set in this position, it’s a nice comfortable way to sail, not much can go wrong and any ...