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... 4 metres. Take away our keel and we should have had at least 2.5 metres showing on the depth gauge. When it got down to 0.6m we got seriously nervous but fortunately, that was it and we were through. Phew!
A little later, the wind dropped somewhat so we decided to, at last, make use of the cruising chute. Now those of you with long memories, at least as far back as last year as we haven’t had the opportunity of using it so far this ...
... Bremen which meant 2 mins instead of 12 to catch next train! However first attendant I showed my ticket to was brilliant. She couldn't speak English but grabbed my suitcase and raced off. Then pushed us first onto 2 lifts and then at the end of platform threw me on the train. An angel indeed. Thankfully there was one seat for me ! A 2 hour trip in which my ticket was finally checked. When I got off at Lees panicked again as station was being fixed and there were ink stars ! Showed ...
--Read...a lot. We hear retired people to do that.
--Take a nap. We hear retired people are able to do that too.
--Start writing. We hear retired people have time to be creative.
--Do a Sudoku a day. We hear retired people can start new hobbies.
--Get to know each other without jobs taking up most of our waking hours.
--So far the 26th year of marriage has been pretty ...
... first rainfall on the Sunday. Boy did it rain but also cleared quickly as well. It was 30 klm to our next destination which was Ringstead. Just a quick overnighter. Yesterday however we did a 55 km rIde here to Korsor. Man that was a bit tough for me me Pete was okay with it. Took a beautiful 3 klm ride this morning through their park down ...
When we awoke this morning we could see the German coast to the south and the Danish coast to the north. It turned out to be another beautiful day, warm enough to spend most of it lounging outside in the sun on the upper deck.
After our six consecutive port days, it's great to be able to relax with a couple of days at sea.
Around noon we again sailed under the large suspension bridge that connects two of ...