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... there yet, and guess I will never fully ‘land’again, but that is ok. Lots of plans and ideas to be put into action slowly. Priority nr 1 moving out of this 7m2 home (it has been great, I will miss it in a way, but really just getting too small, having to live inside all the time during these cold wet winter months).
During my last week in my house-on-wheels it is time to really sit down and write something.
First of all I would like ...
... exactly where the border was, but there definitely was a change in agriculture. Vast areas of glasshouses in The Netherlands and it seems much more orderly. Each field is clearly delineated by a drain and houses grouped together, though small in size. Got excited to see a few of the old windmills in the fields, as well as plenty of the new style wind turbines. Not nearly as elegant, in my eyes. Our apartment is just south of the old centre, close to a ...
... moving ... a tremendous monument to the tragedy of the Jews in WWII ... but with the faith, humor, and fortitude of a 14 year old girl who believes in all the good in the world. We head off to a tour of the Dutch countryside tomorrow and then fly to Stockholm tomorrow night. Till then ...en de beste wensen (best wishes).
Tom & Dana
Finally. Let the fun begin. That is, prepping!
Left the office behind yesterday and today is the first day to enjoy a month long of exploring the USA. This year is very special to us. Our girls graduated and are moving on to study. My husband and I turned 50 this year and ...
H ouses are leaning as they settle with water underneath.
Walking around is difficult. There in not much on level ground. The streets, sidewalk and some roads are bricked. The curbs have multilevels. Cars, bicycles, tricks, what ever moves can just ride up on the narrow sidewalks whenever they see the need. It takes three people to see all the directions that vehicles are coming at you. Four days of that is tiring.