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Today we would actually make for Bönhamn and as it was less than 12 miles, we were in no hurry. It was a bright, breezy, cold, sunny day and the wind was most definitely following the forecast ie from the NW, so we would be able to sail. We saw the others off, apart from Papillon who left for the south (poor people, wrong way wind-wise today) and after breakfast, we were on our way at 10:15 and sailing as soon as we exited Häggvik's narrow channel . Again the forecast was ...
... some relief when another boat appeared , flying the Swedish flag, that meant that even if they'd forgotten our request, he would have phoned them so all would be well and indeed it was, apart from our keel having to slide through mud at the entrance to the narrow canal exiting northwards – it badly needs dredging!
So, by 09:15 we were motoring into the stiff, cold 16knot wind as we left Härnösand behind. Our intended destination was either the harbour of Bönhamn or ...
... former gave us some useful looking High Coast tourist maps and the latter enabled us to replenish our larder. We also found the local library in order to ascertain their wifi availability, they assured they had one so we opted to return to the boat, have lunch and then go back there to do some downloading. It was also raining by now so wandering about sightseeing wasn’t that attractive an option!
... other end of the sound there was no wind at all, so it was decision time. We could either go to the left under engine, out of our northerly route, to Sundsvall, about 13 miles away or we could continue northwards to Härnösand. Our decision was made on the basis of the forecast for the forthcoming days, in that continuing northerly winds were promised, so we figured we might as well go as far north as possible whilst there was no wind against us, so we pressed on, under ...
... owned by the government. We were going round with a trolley filling it up, worrying if we had enough for our four days, when everyone else was buying one or two beers in small baskets. Spot the alcoholics!!!!
When we got home we picked up the a christmas tree from the petrol station and took it back to do the decorating of the house and the tree. Its always fun putting up christmas decorations.
In Sweden they celebrate Christmas on ...