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Wind, wind and ... some more wind. And then some wind again.

"The sea is everything. It covers seven-tenths of the terrestrial globe.
Its breath is pure and healthy. It is an immense desert where man is never alone for he feels life, quivering around him on every side.
There is supreme tranquility. There I recognise no masters. There I am free."
~ Jules Verne

Very happy for my 11 mooring lines... This blowy winter with recurrent gales, waking up at night thinking you've been thrown into a tumble dryer, sometimes gets on your nerves. But often it's just a slow soft bungee jump experience like being rocked in a cradle. And some mornings are just crispy, sunny moments, gazing out towards open sea sipping a hot espresso with a smile. And standing there on deck in the morning glow, often one of these chatty nice neighbours passes on the pier, starting your day in a way that life is supposed to be lived. Close to sea and with good hearted people not too far from your little ship.
We can never have enough of nature ” 
Henry David Thoreau
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