Hotel Forty Towers
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Hello friends and family....long time since I've been here.
The summer has come and gone and today...well I think there might have been frost on some pumpkins in Stockholm! The low temperature last night was -2ºC! The days are much shorter as well. I long for those 20+ hours of daylight but now we prepare for the "dark days" as the Swedes call them.
Of course they have developed good coping mechanisms! Well ...
... there home country. He was aot of fun. Then it was time to hop in the car and leave. Christian enjoyex the E4 topping out his speed at 176km/h. We hot to our next hotel in no time at all. Nykoping is a medievil town on the coast. We also headed down to Oxelsund another coastal town and did a little walk. Christian found the roads hard to navigate due to so many being pedestrain streets only. We were both exhausted so headed to bed to be ready for the next days ...
... called Landsort which is well known as a marker on all charts as the beginning of the Stockholm archipelago. It seems that we always stop in Soviken, indeed we did so on May 31st this year, and this time we remembered it!!
At first we were able to sail in the light SE winds and we were doing so by 08:45. However, by 10:45 the wind had died completely and we engined ...
... had taken a wider course than us and from being in front, was some way behind. We left our VHF on to see if Mike wanted to join us but we heard nothing so we don’t know where he ended up.
Later in the afternoon, Julie actually did some sewing- now that isn’t so rare an event but what is almost unprecedented, she retained her good humour! That night we had tacos with mince, a meal that is best eaten in the privacy of the boat as it gets a bit ...
Day 9: Today we arrived in Sweden from an overnight ferry from Finland and today we are going to Nykoping. When we got there we went to Nykoping Castle. It was a really nice place with a great history. We learnt a lot and we really ...