I spent the last evening at the helm using the billions of stars of the Milky Way as my steering mark. Barefoot. And now, as we steer into the sun we just passed 20°C in the water according the the very precise Oceansearch sensors.
This makes me think back on the last two winters, spent managing the building process of Journeyman no 1. One -25°C winter in a log-fire heated soviet era apartment building, on a desolate field in Estonia. Another -25°C winter in the Stockholm, working on the interior, in a small pool of water surrounded by 80cm thick ice.
This winter will be different. It’s payback time…
(Oh, and let’s hope building number 2 will be different too, if someone orders one!)