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We were up and about early, keen and raring to go, especially as the winds had lessened somewhat and the skies, at least initially, were blue. The forecast promised light breezes and some rain late morning, so we reckoned that with luck we would be at or close to, Middlefart by the time the rain came. However, by the time we'd had breakfast, the skies were ...
... 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 ...
... of a sandstone likeness of the Norse giant Ymer suckling from the udder of a cow, with all his masculine attributes (quite considerable) in full view. Legend has it that the cow’s milk gave him sufficient strength to create the world and all of mankind.
Having sated ourselves on art, we left the museum and looking at the gathering clouds, decided to get back to the boat via the supermarket whence we got a few more supplies, including ...
... and indeed, we were but sadly not before the rain that preceded the winds, so it was in a fresh breeze and strongish rain that we struggled to get CW tied up on the downwind side of the marina’s hammerhead pontoon. For the uninitiated, downwind is good in that the strong winds blow the hull away from the pontoon so that there is no danger of the hull chafing against fenders, as would be the case in the ...
... is low and the glass cases very reflective. They don't think they died of natural causes and one is blind folded. We have seen Utzi, the Ice Man, in Austria and he is a bit better preserved.
We had a good look around the Schloss/ Slot until we were 'museum-ed' out and needed to get back for ' a nice cup of tea! '