Orust II and Gro
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Orust II and Gro

Yesterday was the warmest day so far this summer and luckily for us, we could spent the day on Orust with our colleague Bengt and his family. Bengt is looking after one of the neighbour’s house and Icelandic horses these days. Just like last time I was there, the words that come to mind are beautiful, calm, relaxing and cosy. This time we also had time to go to the marina and inspect Bengt’s sailing boat ‘Gro’. We had a very nice dinner where I was allowed to watch Denmark play against Czech Republic in the ongoing UEFA European Football Championship :-).

Photo: Gabrielle. This is the farm Bengt is taking care off these days.
Photo: Gabrielle. Comes with a pool, but way too cold for me as I’m used to Icelandic pools running at 38 – 42 degrees.
Photo: Gabrielle. Beautiful landscape!
Photo: Gabrielle. Erik and the dogs taking a break in the shades.
Photo: Erik Sturkell. Bengt’s boat ‘Gro’.
Photo: Erik Sturkell. Still some work left before Gro is ready for the season, but we hope to take her out later this summer to test the CTD probe, we are bringing to Greenland.
Photo: Erik Sturkell. The dogs enjoyed the marina too.
Photo: Gabrielle. Three generations, Bengt, daughter Lysa and first grand child Kåre – and the television showing the football match in the background :-).