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Hi All, Sorry for the 9 day delay getting back to this blog. But, in our defense we were distracted if nothing else by sleep for a few days to join the time shift. Einstein explains this at length. The flight to Kalmar was like traveling in miniature: off the little shuttle tram, up the step ladder, into the little commuter plane, seatbelt made out of twine...not really but close. The Kalmar airport was as big as a Denny's. With no security, we breezed in the door ...
... an hour to spare, there was to be a long day driving again today. Off we went, more scenic countryside before turning off to Nybro at the start of the Kingdom of Crystal route. If the difficulty we had in finding the tourist bureau, was any indication it was going to be a long and circuitous day. We followed the sign and arrow but found we had circumnavigated the town until we finally came to the station and the tourist info. Back on the road and our first turnoff ...
... Nebraska type terrain to Colorado terrain in as little as 25 miles while gaining in elevation just slightly.
The owner of the B and B gave us some highlights to see on the island and told us the King of Sweden was staying on the island for holiday. To think we picked this for the price and it turns out we could be having high tea with the king of Sweden!
... about like mad things. We furled the main well enough and then we turned to the genoa, only to discover that the port sheet had wrapped itself around the handlebar of one of the bikes and locked tight.
There was nothing for it but to go on deck and try to free the tangle. I was on deck, fighting with the sheet which was lashing about madly and threatening to bend the handlebars of the bike when the real storm hit, with winds of 37 knots and ...
... the next couple of days and indeed, it started to happen. Initially and for the majority of the day, they were light to non-existent, picking up a little, from the south, as we approached Kalmar. This lack of wind and blue skies enabled me to don my favourite sailing attire, my birthday suit. Julie, who is far more 'nesh', was still wearing thermals! The temperature was a pleasant 25° so I ...