Hardanger 2022

Sailing slowly along the coast is a journey of formation (Norwegian: dannelsesreise). You may get to understand more why living close to the sea on such a coast used to be an asset (and I think it still is, but in a different way), and to see how this has formed the societies and the […]

Pentecost weekend in Ryfylke 2022

Pentecost weekend is one of many beautiful weekends this spring. We left home Friday noon, heading north and then east, to Hjelmeland. This is a little town and the centre of a municipality that has islands, deep fjords and high mountains. Going ashore and walking around is always nice when we come to a new […]

Liten tur til Rossøy 1. mai 2022

Så fin sundags- og 1. mai morgon! Måtte berre ut på sjøen ein liten tur før hjartemarsj seinare på dagen. Eg tenkte berre å gå ein sakte tur for motor rundt Fogn, kanskje. Men i Rossøysundet var der god plass ved brygga og det frista med ein tur opp på toppen. Her er det vidt […]

Upgrades 2022

There have been a few upgrades to the boat this year too, ready for the season. I has had a wish for several years to change the backstay from one single stay that could not be adjusted under sail, to a bridle with block and tackle. Hans G. Sørensen at Ship Shape, Stavanger, built it […]

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