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... us. Amsterdam is sort of what I had imagined only I didn't think there was going to be graffiti down the train track it kind of ruins the old rustic look and the kind gentle feel you get while you are here. The tulip fields are gorgeous they are full of colour and bring a sparkle to the countryside and a flash of the new life of spring which is just beginning. When we went to get off we waited by the door for ten minutes before the train stopped at the station. Then we ...
... an interesting house which we thought had a church behind it but when we got up to it the spire was part of the house! At Haringvliet which is a big body of water that leads to a lock on the North Sea, the wind was stronger making an ideal day for yachts and quite a few were sailing. Sometimes we wish we had a sail or two to take advantage of the wind power and the saving on diesel, may be a big wide kite secured to the ...
Unfortunately, just after the last blog entry, Phoebe took a tumble down some steps. She took it very well considering and although it's probably the most serious accident she's had, there was no damage done other than a scabby face which healed up really quickly. The next morning we went for a walk around the lake during a dry spell and then moved on, finding a good spot to stay just outside Triburg, famous for cuckoo clocks with a shop proudly ...
... each plate was long! As mentioned in an earlier post, I do like long meals but it seems like the Dutch space out their food a lot more than what we have experience in other parts of Europe.
When Brian paid for the meal, the waiter was very insistent that our menus came with a complementary plate of our choosing. Although Brian explained that we were on a long trip and that we didn't want to carry a plate that was heavy and could break, he still ...
... it won't let me sleep. I'm so touched and amazed at the level of support I've had for this venture. Over a thousand pounds now raised for Mind; more than twenty people from all walks of my past and present life coming out, supporting me, showing me they believe in what I'm doing. And the actual send off was gobsmacking! I thank you all from the bottom of my heart. I'm also astounded by the number ...