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Spring time at Brännö

April 7, 2013

Some Friday evenings, sailing is all about distance, the further
you go the better. This weekend we opted to prioritise “time to harbour”.
Which meant we headed for Brännö, 5 nm from our home mooring,
an anchorage fulfilling our key needs – safety, excellent walking and
a very nice pub/restaurant, Brännö Värdshus.

We are still experiencing a very cold spring, night temps ~ -5C, day
temps around +7. But with some shelter during day you can actually
feel the sun heat. This weekend, we hoped to experience lamb births,
about 2 weeks delayed due to the cold weather. It seems the temperature
was still too cold so we have to wait for another opportunity.

Anchorage S Brännö

Anchorage S Brännö

Complete retreat!

Complete retreat!

Maybe tomorrow?

Maybe tomorrow?

Strange propeller tree!

Strange propeller tree!

Rhododendron about to blossom

Rhododendron about to blossom

Anchor chain breaking the ice

Anchor chain breaking the ice

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