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... transpired that the lifeboats came in here and sure enough, we were paid a visit by a passing one later that evening, just checking on us I presume.
By 22:30 the last of the 3 small boats had departed, leaving us in splendid isolation. I love the way the Finns make use of all available daylight, the last boat sped off towing a small inflatable with one passenger on board, a young lad determined to make the most of his long day. And then it was us, tired and ready for bed. ...
... The air was cool and it was cloudy unlike the previous day. Most had come prepared with warm clothes and some stayed in the one cabin all the time. It had a rustic living room, a simple kitchen and a bedroom.
Errik had built a sauna as a separate building some years ago. The fins pronounce the word sa-oo-na with the accent on the "oo". They say that there are enough saunas in Finland for every man, woman and child to be ...
We went to the Fondis restaurant , as we knew some of the
guys would be there to hear the Russian girls doing their serenade gig.
After the Cantatrix and the Chinese Broadcasting Children’s
Choir show we headed over to City Hall for another show/dance. This show featured a full dance band and
select small ensemble performances, sort of a dance floor show. Our 2 quartets performed along with a Swedish
quintet (I think). ...
I was able to take a short walk this morning. I went to the water again in a different spot.
I have noticed that graffiti is not covered up here for the most part. I guess people are just like dogs marking their territory. I walked by a small power plant. They have a cool-looking unique shiny metal power pole. They have a "Green Belt" system here along the ...
... The group sings a nice variety of music and they were having a lot of fun at the encouragement of their new found American peers. Barbershoppers are a great audience to sing for and they were eating up the attention. They tried to leave but we encouraged them to come back and sing again. They finally headed towards their jackets and left the building. The boys ran out to get them so we could sing for them. Antique ...