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... a breeze coming towards us but the flow on the Spui was not a problem. We only saw one commercial barge as we went along the others being yachts, cruisers or ferry boats. There was a lot of work going on along the bank side with diggers and lorries and tank track lorries moving earth and silt into drying out mounds. Isi said they looked like big mole hills. No doubt the diggings will be used somewhere else in the Netherlands. ...
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 ...
... it is a question of familiarising ourselves with our new home, the Landcruiser truck. Also getting to know the navigation systems we have put in place. SG created the route, AG wrote the details for the roadbooks. Now SG has to read it back to AG, her timing must be impeccable. AG has to listen & obey! This is not a usual sequence…
*The campsite is located on a working farm and we set up camp close to ducks, chickens ...
near future;)Now some of you might be thinking China? What happened to Italy? I do want
to live there again one day. Also to become more fluent in the language. But
for now I accepted a job as an English teacher. A job that I really like. I am
going to work in a kindergarten focussed on English language training. So I
have a feeling my life is going to be filled with games and ...
... picnic and flasks of tea and we spent the whole next day touring the Province of Zeeland. In the 50’s they had a devastating flood in which many people died. Since then a lot more land has been ‘reclaimed’ from the water and new storm barriers have been built. The whole place is criss-crossed with canals to manage the water levels and keep the dry land dry. (The answer to 'Why are Dutch people so tall?' Because they all live ...