Expedition members learning the
Henningsvaer, traditional Lofoten
Island fishing village.
Gry, Erling and John at their dock.
Gry and Erling's Lofoten Mecca.
Traditional viking sailing boat.
Crew photo after pizza in Mandal's
Kristiansand, our last Norweigian
Typical uncrowded Swedish West Coast
Crew practising galerider drogue
before arrival in Marstrand.
Karolina's concerned mother-in-law
and friend pay us a visit.
John R. prepares to lower the main for the last time on this
Marstrand at dawn - Sweden's yachting hub.
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Leg 4, 2001 log entries.
Monday morning Peter and Ed helped me
in a major effort of cleaning and waxing the entire hull from
the dinghy. That afternoon Amanda and I got the first of five
coats of varnish on and from Wednesday until Sunday morning, we
enjoyed the quiet beauty of Little Harbor anchorage again. This
is the type of anchorage we really enjoy between expeditions;
sheltered, but with nice breezes for ventilation, great snorkeling
in crystal-clear water, and the ability to see the lights of the
town and island in the distance.
Ahh, the cruising life.
Sail on to Leg 5, 2000