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I believe you have met your match. Here's this Swedish guy (can you call a Swede a "bloke"?) with a boat not unlike the "Slug". Spends his summer sailing around a lake, but not just any lake, one of the most beautiful lakes you've ever seen. And, his wife goes with him. And, cooks for him. And, comes up with fresh chantrelles. Now that has to go one up on boiled cans of kidney pie!

Thanks for the link. I truly enjoyed it. But then I think the Swedes have it all over us when it comes to play.
for those of you with an adventurous nature

the films are really very good.... and weird....

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Re: The sailing Gourmet and the legend of the egg banjo

Google tells me that the Swedish for "joie de vivre" is "livsglädje" and they have it a'plenty.

Must have been quite cosy in that v-berth.

Any ideas as to what that whirlymagig hanging from the forestay is ? Some kind of wind genny perhaps ?

Nice job with the companionway cover, that wee Snigel well set up by the looks of it and you must have been hearthened to see that they appear to have ditched their odjuret in favour of an utombordare.

Splendid couple.
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splendid couple who grab life with both hands

apparently one of things they are eating is elk testicles

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Re: The sailing Gourmet and the legend of the egg banjo

Who eats just one egg? Must say that egg looked lonely laying in that king sized bed.

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