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... ridges with large plateau's at elevation between them. There were a number of towns scattered throughout, and while very dry looking for now, I imagine it all gets covered in snow before long.
I was getting going to make it before sunset with 15 minutes to spare, but with some much fuel spare, and up at a good altitude, I thought I'd see what we could do at ...
... the unexpected and overpowering taste of alcohol. With such vivid memories, I've never tried Schnapps since. As for other alcoholic drinks, that's another story.
These three pictures are among the few I have of the city of Hamburg. I wasn't much of a photographer in 1966, but at least I knew enough to capture snap shots to preserve the memories. I am certain Hamburg has changed drastically since ...
... go to the right and the driver to the left, so it was there that we parted company with many smiles and thank-yous and handshakes. Then we watched his truck inch away from us into the distance.
What I remember most was the vastness of the landscape. There were gentle rolling hills surrounding us, but they were huge and spare of vegetation. For those of you familiar with the landscape north and west of Walla Walla, ...
... us to the cities of Fes, Marrakech and Casablanca with intermediary field trips to Cherfchaouen, Quezzane, Mouley Idriss, Erfoud and Quarzazate. (I hope I learn to pronounce these names.) We even spend one night in tents among the dunes of Merzouga after a 4-wheel drive excursion to visit an NGO in the desert village of Hassi Labied. But the most exciting event promises to be a camel ride to the top of the dunes to ...
... in no particular order. Talk about living the good life! But then, there were new places to see and things to do, so we filled the rest of the week with sightseeing and market-browsing and food-tasting to get a feel for the life in southern France. We stayed seven days but could have easily filled another seven with more places to see and things to do.
The last three days in Europe, Doug and I spent in Paris. Having seen most of the ...