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... event for L to have totally missed, D on the other hand probably wouldn’t remember it anyway.A family run woollen mill made an interesting visit. The machinery in use is 120 years old and made in Poland, the sheep that supply that wool are not near so old, live in a neighbouring field and are very fond of the black bread that is an island tradition and L likes too. They get shorn twice a year with the autumn shearing coming up soon, their fleeces are nice ...
... is a lot smaller than I expected and it doesn't take long for me to thoroughly explore and move on. It's still early in day- now what to do? Most of the landscape is gently rolling farmlands and forests so not too much to see driving.
I head back down to Kaunas- Lithuania's second largest city. I passed through here on the way to the festival and it has some sites I can check out.
I spend the better part of the ...
... there was no walking tour as we were out of season, so we tried to create our own. We passed a huge church and then went on into the town square and saw the town hall. We continued on past that and came to a huge park. We walked to the end where it met the river, and saw several fishermen, knee deep in water, having very little luck. On the way back we passed the remains I the castle, oddly built on lower than the surrounding area.
As the ...
... Around 7pm we all met up and headed out for dinner together at a little rustic place about a 15 minute walk away. They brought us soup in a giant bread bowl to start with. Chicken and rice for supper with a lovely apple crisp at the end.
On the walk back, Cosette, Emily and I stopped at a convenience store called Iki to get fountain pens that we thought were cool. I also picked up a little icecream thing and some chocolate ...
... all the way from begging to the end, and not only because it was hard to see miserable country. Also sometimes I had to give, sometimes lose. Sometimes there were so great things to laugh about or just to tear up and hold yourself.
You don't ask me why I
did it as there won't be any answer; but I will be glad to tell you how I
did it! I can say that little is enough the same as for those in