One thing is for sure; I want to spend all my days off in Sweden in the archipelago on my fantastic boat. I barely let go of the wheel once. I love driving a car but a boat gives you such a feeling of freedom Wilma stood by me the whole time to support me and a lot of my knowledge came back. The most difficult thing is mooring. Today I tried mooring at a cliff and on the pier by the house.
Michaela and the kids came over around half past nine this morning. We went to the boat immediately because Wilma was waiting for us.Life jackets on and the we were heading to a cliff where we had snacks.
You can turn this into a sunbed but I’ll do that when I have different comoany.
We dropped off our friends around midday, Lovisa joined us and then we drove to Grinda and had lunch at the country house. It was my first time mooring by myself instead of just jumping ashore (typical wife-chore, ugh!). I managed it on the first go.
Delicious food at Grinda Värdshus!
We bought ice cream to take with us from the island’s country shop. I love country shops and always want to buy everything. I always want to support entrepreneurs.
After that we drove home and had an evening swim at the beach by our pier. I’m so thankful for life’s contrasts. Last sunday I was apartment hunting in NYC and this Sunday I’m out with the boat in Stockholm’s archipelago. Exactly how I want it.