With Breskell now safe and on the hard, I worked on a methodical winterization during the next two days before my farewell to Breskell . Continue reading “Farewell to Breskell”
August 27th. When I woke up the next morning the pain in my foot had disappeared. The old women recipe probably. My back still hurt. My guess was that, with the beating it got the day before, it would take several days to get back to normal. Continue reading “Hauling out… one rudder missing!”
August 25th/ 26th
Departure day for Sisimiut. I needed about one hundred twenty liters of diesel ( thirty gallons ). No need to hurry. We woke up slowly and had a good and convivial breakfast. Continue reading “To Sisimiut, a perfect sail before a serious emergency”
August 23/August 24.
Not much to do today. We just needed to fill up our water tank . They had a lot of fresh water on one dock but not much salt water to get there. Continue reading “Fishing and wandering in town”
August 22nd… You like fairy-tale? I could tell you a nice one about pilot whales bringing Breskell back to some safe anchorage after a computer crash just before entering a difficult harbor.. Continue reading “Aiming at Disko bay, pilot whales and computer crash”
Dark skies, black clouds and a rising wind… Not a good omen for a peaceful return after our successful dive along the impressive LLULISSAT glacier. Continue reading “A good blow and a small world..”