Hostellerie de Hamert
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Ok, so up and away at 8 am and off with our tour guide Andre. We headed back put the motor way to were we had come through yesterday, then we turned off to out first field at Bocholt Lowick. Today's agenda was too look at FL2140 (Orwell), FL2108 (Brooke) and FL2221. Our guide took us too all of these, quite a few fields of Orwell which seems to be growing nicely. ...
... impressed with how it looked. They are not far from being done and will be harvesting in about 6 weeks. We went with one grower to look at his washer and yard then had some lunch were further discussions were held. We then turned our sights in Dusseldorf, about 2.5 hour drive. Nick has been driving and done a sterling job. Once we were in Germany the speed limit changed. It was quite full on too ...
... of the course I saw countless beavers which kind of startelled me, as I thought I would be in some kind of preservation project to start with. Really this was a project to manage the great number of beavers that live along the Rhein and the damage they quite often cause when innocently piling a bunch of loges across a stream, I mean what wrong with that? I believe this project would suit a school group tour perfectly especially because of the ...
We visited the Cuckoo clock shop with the largest cuckoo clock in teh world. Then we took a boat cruise down the Rhine to our hotel.
Fun facts about Rhine Valley:
- Rhine is the longest river in Germany
- Very wealthy area
- Known for wine
- has 40 hilltop castles
The final day just needed a small 'push a little harder'. With the benefit of hindsight, I really don't know how I finished the walk last year. This time I had no blisters, none, zero, zilch, and apart from tired legs, no real pain. Last year I succeeded through the use of heavy duty pain-killers and sheer determination. It took two months to recover. This time I needed to take hardly any pharmaceutical encouragement.
Yes, I trudged the miles and felt ...