Wednesday, December 18, 2019

July 13, 2019 Æro, Denmark

We spent the night at AnnMarie’s, then had a great breakfast before packing up for an overnight of sailing.
We drove to the southern coast of the Danish island that Odense is on, Fyn.  There we prepared a boat that AnneMarie races and sailed to the island of Æro.  It took us about 2 hours.  It was so invigorating to be sailing on a small boat again for fun.  


The channel markers had brush like material

The boats tie to a pole port and starboard and to the dock.  You step off the bow onto the dock

On the island, Torben and AnneMarie took us to all their favorite places.  The island had many houses dating back to the 1600’s and 1700’s. 
Torben found us a room in a house, similar to a B&B.  They two of them slept on the boat.

The photos downloaded in a mixed up order.  We stopped at several of their favorite places for the specialty of the house.  I was fascinated by the doors on the homes.

This is where Dave and I stayed
ferries brought the cars to the island

our room

fish market

the fish market lunch:smoked shrimp, mussels, escolar, fish frikadelle


Danish pancake with gooseberries

the hosts where we spent the night

another view of our room.  we had a sink, but the bathroom was down the hall

Monica's for cocktails in the back garden

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