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... us for a while before he had to go, but the bush-telegraph was operating and brother Bjorn arrived to continue the support. All speak excellent English and we got some valuable suggestions as to directions from here forward in Sweden.
Aslaug is in amazing shape despite her 81 years, and her recent stroke, and after electric shock treatment (!) she is back again pretty much back to her old self. She certainly could still talk under water with an apple in ...
... mainland meant that it was basically downwind sailing initially and as such, very pleasant. Speaking of pleasant, we were very taken indeed with the scenery, with forest coming right down to the water’s edge and houses tucked away in unlikely places. The contrast between the bare rocky islands, just a few miles to the west, was very striking.
At Vindön there is a bridge joining Orust to the mainland, a high bridge so no problems there. However, of ...
... the shore location of the now extinct Najad Yachts (taken over by a company that services yachts, specialising in Najads, naturally). Then we went back to the boat, I did some more blogging and also, having visited the nearby chandler, I set about trying to repair the leaks in our new windows, using a substance known to most yachties ' Capt. Tolley’s Creeping Crack Cure’. We’ll see if he’s any good! I also bought a hammer and a couple of ...
... due to the phenomenon I’ve described in earlier blogs, the bouncing back of the earth’s crust after the considerable weight of ice after the last ice age disappeared. Quite a thought.
We were keen to see the above sights and with directions given by the friendly Hans, we set off up the road to the Malö factory. Sadly, this famous yacht manufacturer is ailling, I believe there are now only a few employees as it struggles to survive. There doesn’t seem to be ...
... rock and always, to our left, the pounding of the sea, still choppy and stirred up with the F5-6 wind. We were really enjoying this excursion, it’s hard to put into words quite why the scenery affects one but it does, I think it’s because it is so very different to that which we are accustomed to and all the better for it.
After a not very successful prawn curry (my cooking so I can say that) we watched another episode of ‘The ...