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This morning flew by. The whole day flew by in fact. Maybe it's "finish fever" as our Gold DofE instructor Jim would say.
We had a lot of wind throughout the day which was both a blessing and a curse. It slowed us down and sped us up. It brought rain but it also briskly moved the clouds on so the rain never lasted too long. It was a westerly wind today (coming from the west) which was not what the forecast had predicted and our route took us ...
... Henrik was baptised there in 2009.
Mogeltonder is described as having the 'prettiest village street in Denmark'. Every house is different and some of them are thatched. The whole street is cobbled. but ...
... We spent a great 3 hours here watching the the kite and wind surfers as well as flying our own kite for an hour. The sun was shining but the wind was quite strong; it gave us a good upper body work out!
Wouldn't want to come here in the Summer; it must be wall to wall campers and cars!
After arriving at Tonder and extracting GP from the first pitch using our mud tracking we settled on a less muddy pitch for the remainder of our stay!!
It was once again off on the bikes around the local area for a couple of days taking in the Waddhen Nature Reserve as well as various engineering feats such as the Hoye Dyke ...
The land is very flat and on the way we saw MANY power generation windmills as well as large solar fields. It is obvious the Germans are investing In these technologies.
We headed up the A7 and drove through Flensburg - a very pretty port town. We then continued on to Tonder which is our intended location.
Tonder is a very pretty old town and since it is Saturday the town square was hosting a band and the square was filled with people ...