This week we wrapped up daysail season. Three in a row evening sails culminating in a triple 50th birthday celebration.
End of daysails means most of my shrimp peeling is done (we have a few events during tall ships festivals that we will be needing shrimp for). 130 kilos later I figured I'd earned some "shrimpilettes". (#galleygirl has too much off time?)
A few late starts meant that I had the chance to do some mornig runs. I found out the giant hill I've tackled (successfully) is called the Will Hill (well it's called something in Norwegian that means that). A very fitting name. Here is the view from the top.
One morning run was quite warm and I finished with a super short swim! Must be summer!
I've been teaching one of my shipmates to knit. It's going well, she's done one mitten and working on her second.
On Sunday we had our annual galley dinner out at a lovely harbourview restaurant. It was lovely to take our time over a delcious dinner that we didn't have to prepare!
I got a new plant from a shipmate and it's surviving quite well so far. Nice addition to the cabin!
The last couple days have been full of things we need to do before welcoming 70 trainees - organising, putting things away, making lists and checking them twice etc. Ready or not here they come! Next installment coming from Belfast!