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... a lot, and I mean a lot, of dentures, grey hair and walkers. Seniors. They seems to be everywhere and unstoppable. Large families walked by of which I counted at least more than five generations. Because I did not wanted to give up my positive attitude right away, I found my way along the streets with majority of shops and people yelling "Kijken niet kopen!", whatever that means. My field of view was only focused on the giant ...
... apparently famous bridge in the centre and then went to the supermarket. When I walked out of the supermarket the world had changed, it was like night time, the only light came from the lightning strikes and the rain was hammering down. I spent a while watching the rain under cover before it eased off and everyone dispersed. 10 minutes into my cycle back and it all went dark again so I spend 20 mins hiding under a tree that was not quite leafy enough for my liking, I tried ...
Found the site easily enough even though I had forgotten the address. It was further out of the way than we expected which was nice. The temperature was around 32c when we arrived so we enjoyed laying out in the shade and going for a dip in the murky river. After a bbq we spent the evening sat next to the river and watched the sunset, perfect start to our hols and we stayed in Heeg for 3 ...
Hans and Anka picked up us at the hotel about 9:30. We went to visit the parents of Anka and Nieske. Their mother Gepke and Joel's father John were cousins. Their mothers were sisters. John's mother Bertha was the only one in her family to emigrate to the U.S. In 1910 after marrying Joe Kooistra.
Even though Gepke never visited the U.S. because of poor health, her English is perfect. She is 88 years old. Her husband ...
... fun and fast with the wind behind us. 60kms done and dusted, time to enter the Tour de France.
Back at camp the sun was hot and so after a cold beer we lay back in the sun with our books and waited until they slapped us in the face. Sleep and tan.
Here is some interesting information on agriculture in Holland that I was not aware of:
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