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... S. Rolling hills with patches of forests bordering agricultural fields. The birch trees were a bright gold amidst the dark green pines and the large reddening oak trees. And the air was so fresh. You want to fill your lungs with huge gulps of this special country oxygen!
After we arrived we headed out for a short walk while Jocke prepared lunch for us. We wandered in the area near their house and discovered a trail ...
Today was our last day in Stockholm. we took our time leaving the hotel this morning. I'm going to miss the hotels fabulous breakfast. Each morning we started our day with 3 different types of yogurt/creme freche with numerous toppings. There was 4 different types of btead, many cured meats and different cheeses. We also had soft boiled and hard boiled eggs, bacon, scrambled eggs and sausage. Once we had everything packed up, we headed to Gamla Stan. It took a ...
... the pilot is a little vague) and in a deep bay, sheltered from all winds, called Flisfjärden. Moreover, as it was pretty close to the open sea, we could sail to within a couple of miles with safety and thereafter, we had to use the engine as we were travelling into the wind. The entrance only had a couple of hidden rocks to contend with and we were soon inside, joining another 20 + boats, mostly rock-huggers but with lots of room for us swingers (swinging on an ...
... from the left ie with no rights (we were what’s called the stand on vessel, he should have given way to us) , forcing us to slow down to avoid a collision. Double hrrumph!
Without any further incident and with lowered blood pressure, we anchored safely at 15:45, with Mike, having caught up, anchoring 50 yards away soon after. Then it was blog-writing time and we waited for the evening to unfold.
Mike came across at 18:30 in his ...
... of hot smoked salmon, one plain and one peppered, together with some ciabatta. The prawns, which were really very good, we had for lunch with the bread and the salmon will do for two more lovely lunches.
By the time lunch was over and done, the wind had settled to 20 knots but nothing else had changed, but the reduced wind was excuse enough for me to bully Julie into our leaving, which we did without mishap. Our route took us southwards and then westwards, heading ...