Quality Spa & Resort Strömstad
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Sunbathe attack bat eat the grass run, attack your ankles stuck in a tree climb the curtains stretching sleep on your keyboard eat the grass. Fluffy fur scratched hairball chuf run, litter box run shed everywhere feed me run. Climb the curtains sleep in the sink lay down in your way kittens lick, stretching give me fish hiss zzz sunbathe purr. Purr bat rip the couch bat jump, tail flick sleep in the sink fluffy fur puking stuck in a tree scratched. Chase the red dot ...
... out of the anchorage took us through a narrow (very) channel between the southern point of Fläskön and an islet at the tip of Gluppö and it was also quite shallow (<3m) so we approached it very gingerly, given our recent unfortunate experiences! Still, we exited safely and were soon in deep water again, finding another anchorage between the islands of Trinisla and Gåsön, just over a mile to the south. Here we had lots of space and ...
We seem to be getting all manner of weather recently. This morning it was very misty but thankfully, by 09:30 it had burned away and we were able to motor in towards Strömstad in lovely sun and with no wind. There are two harbours here, one which is convenient for the town but busy and rocky and rolly and again, full and another, separated by an inlet that requires a ferry to cross, where we found a berth. This was called Strömstad ...
... thunder, rolling around us but this time with no rain and no lightning that we spotted. We did see an impressive, tornado-like squall just south of us (see photo) and we were pleased that it moved westwards rather than northwards.
Later on, all became lovely again and we barbecued and enjoyed the warm evening air in this very peaceful spot. I tried to get the essence of these anchorages in a couple of photos, which I've ...
... taking the "scenic route" back to Sarpsborg stopping to see the historic Viking rock carvings and paintings which were incredible. It is amazing to see how these special pieces of history have remained all these years despite increasing population and the wear and tear associate with harsh weather elements. The carvings reflected Viking mythology stories and each carving location had a plaque providing a bit of history and background. With a quick stop for ice-cream, ...