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... ticks, given her unfortunate fate the last time we were here. The air was a trifle cool but it wasn’t moving. In other words, the wind that was forecast to be here all day had gone, leaving the sea lumpy but dying down. This remained the case until around 17:00 when it suddenly came back, still from the SW and blowing strongly again. Let’s hope that by tomorrow the wind has veered and that we get some more west in it.
Speaking of tomorrow the plan as of the time ...
... and then took advantage of our free time to get ready for the farewell party presentation and the trip back home. Elin had the opportunity to visit her relatives in Malmö.
We were delighted to see so many familiar faces at the May 30th farewell party. Although it had been only a short time since we had last met, it was like a homecoming of sorts. And there were a few ...
... of the parade was seeing the king and queen of Sweden as they passed by! The royalty were special guests to celebrate the city's 400th birthday party.
Later we saw the royal couple again as we attended a private event at a local nature education center called Naturum Vattenriket. After a short presentation, the king and queen joined some local children in releasing an ...
... to re-locate the German vehicle back to Germany, so in a sense I was feeling quite chipper about it after my passport ordeal.
"OK, OK - I will waive your one way fee if you take the vehicle!"
Since $500 is not to be sneezed at, I (reluctantly) accept her offer.
"Sign here, here, here and initial here, here, and here. These are your keys. Have a nice day"
We are off and just in the nick of time to make it back to the hotel for our 12.00 ...
... up and heading into the barn/workshop. They let us in for a quick look to work out what sawdust we can take. The place is full of heavy machinery made for turning, cutting, carving and shaping wood. Jon is a cabinet maker, something Maria finds amusing in English as he make so much more than cabinets – many of the pieces at work are house parts, window frames and more – not furniture let alone cabinets. That’s English for you.