Posted by: catamarantwooceans | November 15, 2017

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In the last post I mentioned the petroglyphs, thinking I already wrote about them. I just realized I did not, so here goes: In one of my forest walks I met a local tourist guide who asked me whether I’ve been to the petroglyphs. When I said I did not so he gave me directions. I followed a narrow trail, passed a fallen tree and found the big rock, 10 meters wide and 2.5 meters high on which they could be seen. The weather and moss make the ancient carvings somewhat unclear but still – an interesting site.

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Another thing I forgot to write about is the people in the boatyard. Most of the boats are closed, their owners gone. There is a French couple working to repair their mast, another French boat with two guys working on their hull and a single Englishman, whom I met when we were hauled out in June. His name is Chris and his boat is a 50 foot monohull; Chris used to be a farmer and the many wild hens and cocks in the yard feel free to climb on his ladder and roam on deck and even inside the cabin. Chris actually encourage them, giving out food and holding them as one would hold a loved pet.

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