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Having made it through yesterday's hangover, we made it out of bed and had a small breakfast before meeting the Wenham family to say farewell this morning. Left Jihlava at about 10 and had the slowest drive ever over to Germany! Very small rural roads through czech villages, loads of slow trucks and some very frustrating road blocks meant ...
... I thought his fix would work. I asked if I could compensate him for his work and he responded that in his life many people had helped him when he needed it, so he was happy to help someone in return.
I was about to leave his house when he suggested that Sarah and I really should visit the little church nearby, as it was small, but nicely decorated and was a center piece for this small community near Bogen, Germany. I got Sarah and we both went into the church and ...
... curly toenails, and a nice chin beard pretty much forced me out the doors and onto the platform. Bless her heart.
I was behind schedule but luckily not late for the staff orientation. It was really a trip to be back at camp. The last time I was at the ArtMill was in 2005 with my best friends from high school. This time I was alone, and while the property looked exactly the same, the staff was comprised of many Americans, and ...
... me only doing
80-100mph they are on my tail within seconds!!
My little Transalp simply plodded along this fast stretch of road with the
speedo reading 100mph just about all the way until the road ended at the town of
Deggendorf!! From here it was to be a wonderful road through the country for
mile after mile or so I hoped!!
By the time I reached Deggendorf it really was simply far too hot to ride
with a jacket and so that was taken off and strapped ...
... for the overseas students. Fortunately, everyone at the meeting spoke English, and I was quite impressed with Philipp's chairing of the meeting.
The next day, Philipp had to again go to the uni, and I managed to lock myself out of the apartment, so had to try to explain to the landlord downstairs what had happened (he spoke no English). He fixed the problem and let me back inside, and I did not venture ...