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... sind ja ausgerüstet ;-) nicht wie der arme Eric, der seine Regenjacke in Frankfurt vergessen hatte. Er ist seit NEUN Jahren unterwegs, kommt aus Atlanta und die Katze Calie reist immer mit! Sie hat in dem Anhänger ein Liegeplatz und sogar ein kleines Katzenklo =) und in der Nacht dient Sie als Schlafsackheizung! Sie schreibt seit kurzem auch ein Blog: http://calietracks.wordpress.com/
Velofahrer sieht man ansonsten eher selten und Tourer sind wir und Eric bis ...
... when you apply their 13 month calender. In Europe it does not, cannot really because the variation need to get from snow and ice to hot and sunny is just too huge. maybe there is a half monthly thing we can apply. Doing locks when its cold is hard and dee and Bruce came back in from the cold half frozen. Handling wet ropes when its cold isnt pleasant. So in this lovely little town we have stopped at we shopped. Gloves Beanies and blankets. Also ...
... this, I’m thinking I had a lot of nerve even bringing my boring cookies over to their house, but cookies are a novelty here, so they seem to be appreciated.
Speaking of Judith, I’ve wanted to write about her for a year. I finally asked her if it would be all right with her if I wrote about her family, and she said I could. So here is a story that needs to be remembered:
Judith is from Belgium, with ...
... 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. ...
... case of French wine in our room. Then we joined up and set off for our “real” tasting in a larger building that showcases a series of caves where wine is stored. The caves were pretty neat, but the wine was not. I had to utilize the dump bucket with each glass- but tried to be covert about it because I hate hurting the wine maker’s feelings. Yuck. No purchases from there!
TG then headed in another direction to the opposite side of ...