Bakker in Vorden
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Actually, someone else gave me some more gladioli, and Mona stuck them in my pack. The top of them kept bobbing over the front of my hat in and out of view. I was starting to feel quite seasick. Rein and Marianne also gave us some more gladioli later, but we both forgot to take them with us when we left for home.
The last three miles are always the longest. We expanded the 'spot the nationality' game into a ...
... out on ibuprofen. At one point I sat on a wall and actually cried - the sort of tears that spontaneously leak out of your eyes but with no emotion attached.
Shortly after this, two sisters from Rotterdam grabbed me by the arms and pulled me the last mile to get over the finish line by 15.25. I don't think I will be doing the foot-rub thing again. Keep your boots on until you're home, I've learnt. I celebrated completion of another day with an overpriced cornetto.
... the countryside calming and rejuvenating. I always train on the hills and through the forests of Worcestershire, a far cry from the mad partying of Nijmegen and the towns we walked through, like Wijchen and Beuningen, which were in full, hip-swinging party mode. Add to that the tradition of Pink Wednesday.
Pink Wednesday is in support of the LGBT community and brings out the creativeness in people's costume. There were a lot of people wearing pink, me included, but many ...
The alarm went off bright and early this morning, but we had to catch the train to Ede and then a bus to Wageningen! It's a national holiday here in the Netherlands. It's Liberation Day. Everyone is headed for ceremonies across the country. We arrived in W(for short) after a great train ride...well after we got kicked out of the first class section. No wonder Jane and I were amazed at how comfortable ...
... and fuzzy ears. Wow it was great to see them but I started to think about running into them on the trail on the way back to camp through the dark forest. Time to go.
On the way back we saw about 3 other herd of the Red Deer and then we did see another group of the pigs right by the trail. I rode by quickly only to notice Dan hadn't followed. Looking back he had of course stopped to look at he piggies. Luckily they weren't as interested in him! ...