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Am Dienstag 20. November sind wir von Gossau aus in Richtung Portugal losgeradelt. Warum Gossau? Naja, eigentlich sind wir ein paar Tage zuvor schon in Thal gestartet, aber wir wollten Simon und Robin, die uns die erste Übernachtungsmöglichkeit boten, dann doch nicht so schnell wieder verlassen. Danke euch für die letzten Tage in der Ostschweiz!
... stop raining. But The temps are around 3c now and we have had a (very) brief flurry of snow. We also had sleet, hail , rain and cold wind from the north. So yeah. The 13euro fan heater I bought in spain has worked overtime. Red is toasty warm. The Aboriginals in Oz have a sytem of forecasting that says whatever the weather is on the first day of the new moon is the weather for the month. A slightly simplistic system that works quite well in ...
... We just got back from a monster shop in the Monster supermarket across the road. It has everything. Tools, generators, paint and even foodand Dunny paper. Its enormous. It also has wine from the region so naturaly we are checking out a cheeky little pinot noir from a town we passed today. It is a shame to miss all the little stops. They look like fun. But we have people arriving and its better we are in a place they can find and in a place with power ...
... to her about your pampered life being tough. She knows better.
I’ll try to lighten things up here at the end of this entry. On Saturday we were invited to go for a hike with Benoît and Lucie. We drove over to their house in a nearby village at 5:00 pm. Marie and Jules (her eight month old son) were there, too, along with two friends visiting from Paris (one with a two month old daughter). So there we old retirees were, ...
... 78th Division
United States Army who fell in the Great War
1917 - 1918
and of whom the greater part rest in France.
The original stained glass windows had been replaced with representations of U.S. Army WWI soldiers. It was very cool and moving. And…not an indication anywhere I could find in the town’s flier or (later) at online travel sites that it even existed. ...