Leeuwarden/Ljouwert - Bolsward/Boalsert
That night it was genuine horrible weather. Storm, rain, hail, lightning, thunder – you get the picture. The only unbothered one was… the dog. He just continued sleeping. We know for a fact that he’s not deaf at all. Well, the most attentive one of the two of us (it’s...
...anyone’s guess which one) heard a cracking sound during the storm. The next morning we noticed a disappeared flag. Although we feared the flag been blown away never to be seen again we found it -and the other part of the pole- on the rear gunwale. Sheer luck!
Stoombootkade (Steamer Quay)
Bolsward/Boalsert was reached at 1:55PM. We found a pleasant space at the Stoombootkade. We liked to be there, if only for the quay’s name. Bad luck though, as was made clear later on. The quay was to be made available for a festival of some sort the next day, named ‘Tsjillen in de sloep’, a gathering of a...
Turfkade (Peat Quay)
...few hundred little decorated motorized boats, dinghy size, a tour on the town’s canals included. That’s why we moved that same evening, cruising slowly in reverse into the canal in front of the Turfkade. It’s where we resided for the rest of our stay in interesting, pretty, Bolsward/Boalsert.
Stay inside and read a book
This period’s statistics.
Engine ran during 9 hours and 42 minutes (9,7 hours).
Generator this period 8 hours and 18 minutes (8,3 hours).
Weather: sometimes sunny, most of the time rainy and stormy, even horrible.
Hope to see you next week again!
Heetten de tweeling Hielke en Sietse en hun boot de kameleon?? Jeugdsentiment voor mij in boekvorm. Moest er meteen aan denken toen ik de foto zag!! Liefs uit Lanzarote. X
Diny & Simon
Zie 't nu pas - zondag de 16e! Hoe zij, of hun boot, heten: geen idee. 't Waren beste mannen. 's Winters zijn ze actief in de suikerbieten-campagne, als chauffeurs.