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... insulated or alone; all are very connected to the community, an important and integral part of the Dutch way of living. Working outdoors in the sunshine and the rain, raising their own food in their gardens, raising their own children at home and at school, bicycling to go wherever they want, seems to me such a wholesome, healthy way to live. Except for the chilly weather this might be an ideal place to live. ...
... admire the Dutch engineering.
After this lock we made our way to Oude Tonge up a very narrow and shallow channel and into a pretty town harbour. Once again this town had been very badly hit by the 1st February 1953 floods and in the harbour there are pictures showing before and after. They also show that where the square is now, it used to be part of the harbour. There were much bigger barges in the pictures than ...
Last evening we went on our Brauhaus (AKA pub) tour. We went to 4 different Brauhauses that served the unique to Cologne, Kolsch beer. It is a light beer and very hoppy. Not our favorite but the experience was fun. The we love to get out with the local people. Today we continued to cruise towards Amsterdam. We had a very heavy ...
... riding along the dykes were the ground is higher than the water flow thru the paddocks. It is amazing to see. We then left Giethoorn and then the heavens opened up with a tremendous down pour of rain so we stopped at a restaurant in t'Harde, there we had a nice meal of Kroketten ,salad, fish,and chips,The chips here are the best in the world of course Holland produces the best Potato's ,then we drove home in some spots in the pouring rain ...
... learned that this wasn't A4 and planned to turn around at the first opportunity… What opportunity? By the time we reached the first little town and I looked at the map I realized that it would be closer to just drive north to A4 instead of turning around. Once we arrived at A4, though, there was no onramp. I love the detailed maps on the iPad, especially when it shows a blue dot for my location! Soon we were back on track and zooming down A4.