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... in. Charged both batteries. The new battery, which had not been charged since it was installed 6 days ago read 11.75V the old battery read12.1V prior to charging. Met up with an English couple who had owned MGs but now were into motorbikes. Specifically ...
... prk close to an outlet so that idid not have to remove the battery to charge it. It also gives Mildred a chance to dry out. Put the battery on charge but after about 5 hours noted that it was still not capable of turning the engine over. Had enough messing about and guessing the battery condition went out and bought a multimeter and found that the bloody charger was not delivering any charge. Checked all the ...
We woke early to a very grey miserable day, we ventured into town to explore what Ria de Viveiro had on offer and to be fair it wasn't for us, it's a quaint little town in the middle of the mountains with some really fantastic vistas looking out over the bay. The Marina is also lovely and for provisioning it's excellent, but there was just something about the place I can't put ...
... because I was still so excited at such a find, after 4 weeks in France the prices here in Spain are 50-60% cheaper so naturally being from Yorkshire I love the place already. We even bought a new addition for the boat too - a shopping Trolley - we must be getting really old ! I had seen Joris earlier and invited them all across for dinner for a making it across Biscay party, we had a great night of Champagne, Tapas, Garlic Bread, Pasta followed by Watermelon ...
The following morning we left the anchorage and proceeded back to the bay and anchored pretty much close to where we were the previous day.
I regret not taking photo's on the way into the Ria yesterday where there was lovely sunshine as today it was overcast, but nevertheless stunning scenery.
Friday 8 August
Gen decided that we would practice sailing without any power, so we left the anchorage under sail. In some parts of the bay ...