Golden Tulip Jagershorst
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A truly inspiring company that has managed to innovate for centuries. I was particularly inspired with the story about how and when they started developing x-ray light bulbs. During world war one the deliveries of x-ray tubes from Germany to ...
... The fear of being too close to science is
that you are vaporised or absorbed but by now we know our stuff and we know
what technology should be about. We have enough research to substantiate this.
Therefore affiliating with them should be ok. Hope is on STEM. If we still are
not able to function well in the consortium of math and science and If STEM
doesn’t work we might as well quit….. Because staying away in isolation is not
... Olie Bollen and watching the Water Show. The talking rubbish bin statues were a hit! "dank je wel" and "papier hier" they said when the kids put rubbish in!
We travelled over to Aunty Gitta's in Wateringen to stay the night and were treated to some yummy pinderkaas soup - who would have known peanut butter soup could be so delicious!!! (Thanks Gitta.)
... nearby who wanted to check out the strangers. We kept driving along this dijk road which is a little bit unnerving--it drops to the canal on one side and to fields and houses on the other--and although it is a one lane road you still share it with cars going the other way and a gajillion cyclists.
Next stop is another ferry at the town of Veen--this one is larger as it probably could carry 2 cars and a larger number of cyclists. As this is a holiday ...
... a little before dinner and talked to Dojna on the bridge before heading in. Dinner was so-so, but I liked the vanilla pudding and blueberry sauce for dessert. The best part was singing "happy birthday" to Jackie, who turned 19 today!
In an hour or so, at 9, we're having a meeting about academic rules. This will include class cuts, so I'm holding off on totally stressing about the Inter. Comm. trips and travel planning until after that.