|Reine to Kristiansund was just over 300 miles. We had a great sail with a Northerly |
wind all the way.We hardly ran the engine at all. It never got dark as you can see
by the sun at midnight. It was cold but when the sun came out it
|Great downwind sailing|
|The lads were the first to make friends. An Eider Duck was with us within a few minutes|
to chat with Ed and then a sparrow came over for dinner.
|From Kristiansund we continued south to Byornsund. A tiny |
fishing village well off shore
|The entrance into Byornsund was tight even for the little Brimble but once we were tucked|
up it was a real favourite. The island was tiny and there was no one there!
|Rob showed off his softer side when he returned with a bunch of flowers.|
We never asked who they were for. They were lovely though and I
think he meant them for me.
|The team in their glory on the windward side of the island|
|The good ship in glorious isolation in Byornsund|
|Spanish Tortilla is simple to make but you must always remember|
to allow enough room for the egg. The glass of wine was certainly part
of the problem!
|We found a perfect slot for the good shiop. Twenty feet from the|
bar and fifty feet from the showers. The architecture is fabulous and
we all love Alesund. Up there with the best of them
|View of Alesund|
|Trouble with this type of phone box is that theres nowhere to put the porn!|
|Cant help pop another photo in ... it was just such a nice little spot we had!|
|After 2 days we moved round to Norvevika Marina. This was quite spectacular|
and is where the GSB is now. The photo speaks for itself!