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Dragoer Harbour November 14th
Copenhagen

Still no clear skies in sight - rain since the start of october. But we are putting on the brave face, now we're faced with the task of hauling the boat on land for the winter. Byt the way, you are looking at the small fishermans town Dragør, some 15-16 km. south of Copenhagen, Denmark. 

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