So, we travelled down to Trelleborg in Sweden to catch the ferry to Rostock. It was an old ferry, the cabin rather musty and no hot water until the morning. But it was a safe crossing and we arrived in Rostock, Germany in the morning sunshine.
We then drove to Vegesack to a Stellplatz we stopped at on the way north. We like the area and we spent three days relaxing the sunshine, walking along the banks of the Weser and I ran each morning. Coffee stops in the town centre and a great pizza restuarant all added up to a peaceful time after our long drives.
On Saturday 28th June we headed off for the ferry port at Hoek van Holland spending the whole day travelling slowly and stoping off for drinks, food and sitting in the sunshine. We arrived in good time for the overnight crossing back to the UK.
Another great crossing and we felt rested enough to drive from Harwich straight back home arriving in the afternoon back in Devon. We had driven over the month over 4,000 miles. A great experience.
Once home we were greeted by our dog Pippin and our land completely overgrown and looking more like the forests we had left behind in Finland and Sweden. It has taken us three weeks to tame it and I am now ready to start more arty stuff again.