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... very quaint. We loved it! From there, she took us to Egeskov castle - phenomenal grounds and a bit of an all in one - castle with lots of history, beautiful gardens, extensive play areas for the kids, museums of old cars, old toys, old groceries, old bicycles, old motorcycles, old rescue equipment (like ambulances and fire trucks) and lots of restaurants and toilets. What a place!!!! We thoroughly enjoyed it there ...
... sellers have to adhere to, they cannot sell a card to anyone that can’t provide a Danish address. However, possibly because of that, every harbour that we have been to this year now provides free access and at very good speeds, so the problem has been resolved. So tonight, or probably tomorrow morning, I will be able to download episode 3 of Shark, programmes such as this make spending evenings on a chilly boat quite ...
We can't believe our luck in the weather, or at least the wind, as once again it is in a favourable direction. Aficionados of my blog will be aware that it is a rare, almost hen’s teeth rare, thing for us to have favourable winds and to have two or three in a row is almost unheard of! Having said that and not wanting to tempt fate, I will not make the point again.
Today we were wanting to travel the short hop up ...
... to do some laundry and some boat-cleaning and minor modifcations/improvements (sticking insulation on the outer walls of the cupboards in the forepeak, to reduce or even prevent altogether, condensation occurring). These jobs were carried out as the wind, 'light’ don’t forget, blew at 27 knots, which is close enough to a F7 and the rain, ...
... fact that the wind had decided to move back to the southern sectors, albeit with not much force.
One of the perpetual frustrations of Denmark is the fact that its’ harbours are not really suited for vessels with widths greater than 3 or 3.5 metres. I have described the Danish pole system on numerous occasions so won’t bother repeating myself here – suffice it to say that there was only one space in the whole of the harbour that ...