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... I guess we were pretty busy or lazy because we forgot to take any pictures! We met a fellow camper who had just begun full timing, but had camped for many years in a fifth wheel. He had a lot of good advise passing along what he'd learned over the years. Thanks ...
... she wore a star, If she did, the soldiers were going to take her away and kill her. She was to tell that her home had been bombed. They called the people that she stayed with aunt and uncle. Maud took care if her sister for 3 years at this family's house. They could not go outside because someone may know that they were Jews. Maud was taken to the barn, moved some wood and there was a trap door. Under the trap ...
We started out touring Amsterdam. Amsterdam has biking highways. One can travel from city to city on the biking highways. There are parking garages for bicycles. There is one across from where we are staying that holds 2,000 bicycles; they are building one right now for 10,000 bicycles. Even the elderly ride bicycles around town. We had tea at a lovely little cafe in downtown Vierhouten. Vierhouten is a little Dutch village. We went to the "Hidden Village" of Vierhouten. May 4, ...
Today, we were in three different countries. We flew out of if Warsaw, Poland in to Frankfort, Germany. We were in Frankfort, Germany for two hours. We flew out of Frankfort, Germany in to Amsterdam, the Netherlands. It has been an extremely busy ...
... br> Mountains, it was pretty authentic and yummy! More good conversation was had
around the campfire for a few hours before we were all pooped and headed to
Our next day was a little more relaxed as we headed to the
beach for a swim and some beautiful mountain views. After a big leftover
Mexican brunch we headed to the Toccoa River Rafting company for a 3 mile
float. The river was a little chilly but we had plenty of sunshine to heat us
up. The river ...