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... out Roy in the first round. Roy is convinced the game was rigged however, there is no evidence of this and it looks like Kate will be able to make a career as a professional billiards player in the future. Who knows, perhaps one day she will be able to buy her yacht and mansion from her winnings!
Tomorrow is our last full day in Haselbourg before we have to move on. Our time here has flown and we are really pleased that we chose to stay ...
... they get on with each other. Sure, they may have their times when they need a break from each other, but overall, they get on very well and are great companions to each other.
After lunch we took a walk around town to take some photos as it was such a nice day. Time was also spent playing in the backyard of the Gite, much to the amusement of our hosts.
... the girls had some one on one time and the boys headed into Saverne to report the stealing of the phone to the Gendarmerie. Thanks to our friend Thierry in Montauban, he made contact with the Gendarmerie before we visited and arranged for an English speaking officer to meet us and take our report. We really cannot thank Thierry enough for all the help he has given us during our visit.
Late in the afternoon ...
What a glorious sunny and clear day today was. Roy took on the role as tour guide for our afternoon exploration of the nearby town of Saverne, which is about 20km from Haselbourg. Saverne is one of the larger towns in the area and boasts a beautiful main street with half-timbered houses which provides a very Germanic look and feel.
Our tour leader took us on a lovely walking tour with the assistance of a map he picked up at the Tourist Office. He started with a ...
28th July 2013
It was a slow start today as the locks don't open until 9am on a Sunday but we were only going 16 kilometres but with 7 locks to buy the new cable for the outside steering.
All the steering was done from the inside (which is would have been done anyway as it was tossing it down with rain except for entering the locks and marina where we need visibility and possible use of the bow thrusters)
Our first lock was ...