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... because we arrived on a Friday) very busy, we had the choice of 3 pitches, 2 you couldn't swing a cat in and the other tucked away in a corner that you could, had we had a larger camper / car & caravan we wouldn't have squeezed in I doubt but we did and were staying for
Being the first night in Germany, the other people staying on the site did ...
... in German was a challenge, but we tried our best. After the service, a couple men came up to us to tell us that they were related to us as well! Such a friendly, friendly people and church. I am so proud that our ancestors came from this community. We went to Derene's house afterward to have coffee, cookies and chat some more. We met Dennis DeVries, Derene (Masselink)'s son, who reminded us of our cousins the Van ...
... me a DVD showing everything Bockmann. It was really nice just looking out watching the horses being worked in the arena.
In the afternoon we drove down to Muster to look at some horses. It wasn’t much of a scenic drive as most of it was in the dark (due to the low number of daylight hours) One of the stables we stopped oat was interesting as it was the stables faced an open walk way, definitely nice for the horses getting fresh air but I wouldn’t ...
... the course at its proper beginning again in February. (I think a little bit of me is probably quite lazy too, and would prefer learning German from reading books like Harry Potter...!)
On Saturday 23rd, I travelled to Münster to meet up with some more assistants. We walked round the shops and had drinks in a little cafe, and people watched (always an interesting way to pass the time, especially in another country!) We also ate a meal ...
... the crowds pushed us into a Carnival celebration. For those of you who don't know, Carnival is a celebration that usually begins in February and ends on Ash Wednesday. In medieval times, it was a way for the people to rebel against their oppressive officials, both nobles and Church leaders, by making fun of them through colorful, outlandish costumes and competitions. Officials allowed this to happen so that the ...
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