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A cold late start but stunning beautiful clear weather, for
about half an hour, and then the clouds came in. However it wasn’t raining so
outside with us. Still feeling a little piqued from the previous days exertions
we set off on a short walk to observe the Le Saut-Du- Doubs waterfall. Very
pretty it was too. The lake nearby had a lot of small fish in it.
After a slow walk back the rest of the day was spent on housework
Exhausted we drove up to an area known as Lac des Brenets
where we set up camp. What a beautiful area. Wide green valleys with scattered
trees, cows, lakes and sunshine. Apparently the coldest place in Switzerland
with temperatures of -41 degrees having been measured.
Braai lit, chicken cooking, a glass of red wine……..everything
else can be brought on Visa, but not this.
... some kind of rest day.
From Boudry we drove back to Colombier and checked into our
campsite. After a good supper, still feeling too energetic we went out on an
exploratory bike ride to check out our immediate surrounds. Colombier lies on
the Northern shore of Lake Neuchatel and we had a look at some of the beautiful
holiday homes of the rich and famous that are built along its shores. One can
only dream about such ...
... a great Bar BQ with them and lots of catching up. Then back to the house for dinner with Ursula, but this time next door with her daughter Franzi, husband Gerhart and 3 children. Franzi had also visited us in The Gap. They have built a great new wooden house next door to Ursula. Baby Emerson coping well with all this ...
... measured time throughout the ages. Fascinating and elegantly displayed. I particular liked a display which showed a cross-section of a 225 year-old tree and then plotted the age-lines on the tree to significant years in history. I had a real sense of what is meant by the Buddhist teachings on impermanence. Cycled though what I thought would be a hilly section, only ...