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Well today was supposed to be our last day in Denmark before heading to Norway but the Fjord Line had other plans. . . . Started the morning doing a little laundry (exciting) and then finding out that someone hacked Angie's bank account and cleaned everything out. After a few calls to the bank the good news is in the end she got her money back after going through and identifying all the fraudulent charges, just really makes you mad that there are people in the ...
... service more than we have had it, but angie will get that straightened out when we get home! Glad to say being the pioneers that we are we made it back from the east coast of Denmark across the country to our coastal residence on the western shores of Denmark. A true pair, like Louise and Clark we are for sure! Now we are hunkered down in our house dining on wine, cider and our daily Danish purchase (delicious) and enjoying our last evening here in ...
... her grandfather probably claimed the same steps. We were also fortunate enough to meet Lars, the pastor of the church Angie's great-grandfather was baptized in and he was kind enough to schedule time with us tomorrow and invite us to his house to help look through some of the records. This was one of the main goals of the trip, finding her history and I am glad to experience it with ...
... planned to head south, the wind moved through 180° and became southerly and it’s southerly winds we have every day since then. So when I say the wind was favourable, the wind was forecast initially to blow from the SW and therefore sailabale, backing to the south by 14:00 (not sailable), at which time we should be within spitting distance of Lęsų so using the engine shouldn’t be ...
... I'm that surprised.
Skagen is a beautiful town, but you need to be a millionaire to live there. Some really nice houses, but at $5,000,000 a pop maybe we don't want to move here ;-)
This was the only day we have driven without being rained on. A nice trip down to Vejle saw Bea have a go at driving on the Wrong/Right side of the road. I went to sleep.