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Not that you just sit back and relax though, as there was plenty of work to do as we made our way through the numerous locks which took you up or down, depending on your direction. Over the week we passed through more than sixty locks which are now almost fully automated. Beside every lock stood the homes of the former lock masters, most now sadly ...
... of schedule at 13.55 an hour shorter than our trip the other way. We saw an unusual bike today, hand driven and then behold we saw another one.
It was hot and very sunny so once we tied up Isi did some washing and it soon dried. We were rather hot on board and so cold beer and the electric fan was the order of the day!!
After dinner John went for a quick stroll to the park ...
... of cyclists riding the towpath which are tarmacked and very smooth. We got to our destination seeing ponds and lakes (which we would not have seen by boat) and thousands of meadow flowers on the way. The final lock was being fed by a fast moving stream which supplied canals on the downward staircase towards Basel and the Rhine. In the far distance we could just make out the Swiss mountains. We had a picnic lunch near to some more ...
... centre 3 kilometres away in Montbéliard, but how to get there? John asked Jean Paul again and he said he would take him and the batteries on Friday morning as they are closed Thursday due to a public holiday.
The evening was spent having showers and washing hair (such bliss now we have a water pump working properly again). Isi spent the rest of the evening catching up with typing and publishing the blog and newsletters. We only have 1 hour ...
... We changed rooms today. The owners of the Chambre d'Hote moved our rucksacks into our new room after we left for Colmar this morning. We have a cute little room with lavendar paint and a great view of Eguisheim. We freshened up for a few minutes and then walked into town. Our first stop was a pretzel stand where we shared a large soft pretzel with some kind of melted cheese on it (further proof that my nutritional discipline has been ditched on this trip). We then stopped at ...
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