Sailing tonight from Harwich to the Hook of Holland, so abbreviated blog.
Just a swift update: Lovely day’s walking from picturesque Dedham to Harwich after fab breakfast at the Sun Inn. Have decided that humungous breakfast + sunshine = happy walkers.
Fun evening at The Ha’penny Pier bistro in Harwich. Long term blog reader Karen came to join us for dinner. Will be forever grateful to her for her incomparable text messages during Atlantic crossing in 2005. E.g., during especially low moment, “Chin up, tits out!”
Now on board ferry. Comfy bunks, en suite bathroom, all mod cons. Bit more luxurious than my rowboat!
Girls well supplied with ginger, hoping to avoid seasickness. Tomorrow we awake in Holland.
One country down, two to go!
Wishing you calm seas for the crossing!
More good wishes from New Zealand, and don’t even think about being seasick!
Happy Thanksgiving Roz. I am thankful for people like you and the spirit you send around the globe.I will remember that crucial command,”Chin up”!All the best. AmyinAustin
ALOHA ROZ! Sailing! how fun! and for you
to be on that amazing water again ! Ginger for
seasickness… good to know… GREAT hearing
about your days… Happy Thanksgiving from
the U.S. and Oregon, we are thankful for you
and your energy for our EARTH! and for passing
it along… Looking forward to more pics!
Sending energy and smiles, Carol
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