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... walked through a market day in the way back to the car, just as in NZ we had to pick out the good stuff from the rubbishy stuff. Mark was happy as he bought a set of Dutch soccer gear from one of the top players. To fill in the afternoon we went for. Drive over the border to hoogstraiten in Belgium where we had some lunch then went for a wander around. ...
... of the millers who work there 24 hours a day. There's a new electric system in use now with the steam engines from the early 1900's silent now. The windmills all function and are used as backup should power fail. It could flood in a matter of a few days if the pumps stopped altogether. He tells us 30% of Holland is below sea level at low water levels and 60% at higher levels. Muskrats are a big problem and they remove 25,000 every year. Their biggest concern ...
... next you, hahaha... have to laugh now that I remember some of the characters there in the sauna,guess will remember that for the rest of my life.
I drove back to our sweet attic and wile Cindy worked a bit on the computer, I fixed some toast con queso de cabra, aguacate, pepino, pimiento y sesami spread. After, I put the decks on my boards and started to write... 2:30am good night!
... farmers have growing on their farms. Rien and I have had a wonderful time staying with Rien's niece Marianne and her husband Jan,and daughter Jessica,Patrick and Stefan who live in a beautiful village in NIEKERK We were made very welcome with a great meal cooked by Jan 3 course meal ,topped any restaurant , we also enjoyed the company of Anneke and Wubbe who lives in Meede ,Anneke is also Rien's niece. It was really a very ...
Our last day in Europe. Can't believe we're going home tomorrow. It has been such a nice trip. We have enjoyed it so much. Jan has especially enjoyed Holland because he hasn't had to worry about directions, the language, the menus, the traffic (as much), and we're with family. He feels right at home here. We were waiting in line in the candy store, and I was telling Corrie what I wanted so that she could tell the clerk, and Corrie said that I could ...