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... There were bikes everywhere. After walking around the village we drove to visit Ruud. He was at the club house for his social group, called Connexion, in Schiebroek. Here the club put on a day of festivities which included face painting, live music, games and food. We all got an orange nose. Here I also meet Ruud's wife, Ans and son Jeroen. Once we had finished looking around the festival we went and met Riet (Truus's mum aka my Grandad's sister-in-law). She was ...
... around the city. In the evening I had dinner and drinks with James and some of his Spanish friends. Then we went out to a bar. Although I get the impression that he was having a fight or something with his girlfriend or a girlfriend figure, and he ended up leaving without telling me, which I found a bit weird and annoying. But I still wanted to have fun, so I kept dancing. I thought he might eventually come back too... Anyway, I got to talking to a cute Dutch boy. We ...
... coming toward our group, someone shouts "Fiets!" and we all move to the right to let the bike pass. The funny thing is that all the bikes look ancient. Only about one in every 20 bikes looks new or special. Everyone else seems to have one that was built in 1956. Heidi and I speculated that an old bike could be less of a temptation to a thief, or it could be that the bikes are used so much that of course they look ancient.
Rolinka told us that when she was a ...
The next night was spent with four of my six cousins in Hazerszoude near Zoetermeer. Our mothers were sisters. We met ans Ans' and Piet's house. There are always years between when we meet, but we seem to just carry on from where we left off. Each time our children have moved on to another stage and there is always plenty ...
... Wally and Sue's friend, Jo, a group of seven Americans travelling together, two French couples and one woman from New York. All very congenial, although they do think that we're pretty noisy. Our captain, Harri, our cook, Manfred, and assistant, Titia, are all friendly and good at their jobs. We are getting gourmet meals, and not suffering from lack of alcohol.
Welgefeliciteered met uw zoon, Ron and Toos, and Happy Birthday, Matthew from all of us.