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2014 review in pictures

November is marking its territory.  Germany is covered in all kinds of  grey. It’s windy, it’s rainy, it’s cold, candles are burning. It’s time to let the mind wander of to sweet summer memories. Wrapped in a blanked on my large couch, I indulged myself in the pictures we have taken throughout the year – it lightened my mood. Maybe it’ll do the same for you. Enjoy the journey!

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Summertime

What a summer … air temperature 28°C. Sunny all day, for days now. It’s been said that Germans tent to complain. I must think really hard to find anything to complain about right now. Well, it’s too hot to stay in the sun for more than an hour. But then again our swimming pool is just a step way 🙂

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Lyø.

The wind is blowing from east with 5-6 Bft. We are leaving our anchorage in Ærøskøbing bay to escape the roller coaster our Seascape is part of. The GPS shows up to 2,5 knots of SOG while swinging back and forth from one side of the anchor to the other.

Course towards Lyø, the most western island of the South Funen Archipelago.

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Ærøskøbing – time to refuel

… Not gasoline! We still have plenty thought we used the engine because of the wind direction and the narrow waterways from Marstal to Birkholm. Cash refuel. We are running out of Euro and never got “Kroner” (Danish currency) as the ATM in Bagekop was removed a long time ago.

Another sunny day, wind 1-2 Bft. from east; course towards Ærøskøbing – a small town known to be one of the most beautiful market towns of Denmark.

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