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... which was the base of the whole project. On the way he gave me more information about the project saying, "You will scour the shores and Rhein habitat for signs of beavers and beaver activity. We will get you to these spots in our boats; we can hike to the research spots and also kayak up there. We will search along the shore, through lodges, dams and burrows in the riverbanks, investigating any gnaw marks or beaver signs…. Unfortunately very ...
We arrived at our 4th Campsite, Oosterbeeks Rijnoevoer around 3:30pm, 22nd April
it was chosen for its locality to Kieft and Klok, a big name in the
world of old VW's, the reason for this was partly because it was on
route to Germany and also Rupert needed someone more qualified than
me to have a look at his slight hesitance when running.
We stumbled upon the site by following local signs, it turned out ...
My 8 week trip is over.
8 weeks without any problem, no stomach troubles because of food, no malaria (took no medication, just been careful in the evenings) no accidents although my pelicase dropped of my trolley on the airport (20 KG's) straight on my toe. Auch.....ha ha. Thought It broke, bit it didn,t, only black and blue.
No lost luggage, no theft, only a few minor issues with my camera's and ...
... take another walk into town. There was a collision between two ships outside Rotterdam ( which is our next destination) 11 crew lost, 4 confirmed. Think we need to seriously look at the latest ais systems(like radar but better). Rotterdam is one of the busiest ports in the world and we will be leaving from not far north of it across the north sea full of oil rigs, shipping etc etc. sobering thought. Might get some tacks for the cockpit seats to keep the deckie ...
... intentions to keep a regular journal and travel blog. Oh well. This trip is about freedom and self-discovery, so I’ll write when I feel like it and enjoy the journey.
Back to the beginning… After a slow four-hour bus ride from Edmonton to Calgary no thanks to highway road work, I was greeted at the bus depot in Calgary by my good friend, Jenn. After a few emotional and hectic weeks and a sleepless night of packing, I collapsed ...