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... lovely guys from their office and I was interested to compare the way they do real estate here compared to us.
We left about 11 this morning after dropping KA and T back to work to collect their car (a very familiar exercise for us) , and headed off towards Goteborg in Sweden.
About 200 km and we arrived at cousin Aslaug's place and afternoon tea, before dinner of sensational baked fresh spiced cod cooked in sour cream and herbs. Yum!
... from the bridge and a very business-like looking boatyard, was the manufacturer of the lovely yachts, Regina yachts. Absolutely out of our price bracket but cracking boats.
Rounding the top corner of Orust, we began to make our way southwards, which meant that the wind was now more in our faces but still sailable. However the island formed an effective wind barrier at times and also rendered the wind fluky in terms of direction and speed so it wasn’t ...
... supermarket, a few shops, a chandlery and a couple of restaurants. Once we’d replenished our supplies there wasn’t a huge amount to do so I wrote some blog lines and Julie got on with Angry Birds as well as her book and emails. Meanwhile it rained a little and all was peaceful & quiet.
Around 13:30 Jake & Judy arrived and took a berth alongside us, inviting us for a return match on their boat later in the day. That afternoon we went for a ...
... namely Malö in Kungsviken and Najad in Henån, all three locations within a few miles of each other on the north coast of Orust.
After leaving Gullholmen behind, we headed east down the wide fjord, called initially after Ellös, Ellösefjord. The scenery almost abruptly changes here from the barren, rocky islands to pine clad slopes above sharp perpendicular cliffs and rocky escarpments. Not high cliffs, but still quite imposing. The contrast is so startling as to be quite memorable ...
... wind, you have to apply rudder to prevent it and it can become tiresome ). Once we were west of Gullholmen it was time to put the sails away and to motor the last 2 miles or so straight into the wind.
When we were within a mile or so of Gullholmen, we were passed by a large Coastguard vessel going out to sea. We thought nothing of it but a few minutes later, a Coastguard rib appeared and drew alongside to ascertain our business. Presumably ...