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First up to correct an error in a previous blog.......our new drivers name was Bert not Bertram as the stupid auto correct did and I stupidly didn't check before publishing. Well we have Werry back with us for the rest of the trip.....he's all rested and ready to go. An early start this morning as we leave Belgium and head for Germany. We also crossed into The Netherlands for about a half ...
Ladies and gentlemen; Meine damen un Herren; Madames et Monsieurs:
Yesterday - a day of reckoning; a day for a man in full flight into (late?) middle age, knocking on the twin doors of decrepitude and decay; astride the ramparts of ruin; to take honest stock of his fall, and of the inevitability of time. (Patty here: Jaysus Christo!) Walking the town of Heidelberg, a venerable old University town, I felt again as I did as a young man; as a student: a youthful lilt in my ...
... down the stairs, jog along the tunnel, heave them back up the stairs...the train was already at the platform so Lisa ran over and held the door while I panted along behind. Well I made it in. Except now we were looking at the display which says the train is going to Karlsruhe. They are always labeled with the final destination. Do we know if Heidelberg is a stop on the Karlsruhe line? No idea. There are posters out on the platform that tell you all the small stops along the way ...
... br> Frank Hurley took some amazing pictures during Shackleton's failed Antarctic Expedition, but even back then it was possible to manipulate the images. Photoshop isn't new either!
The other guy that comes to mind is Norman Luxton from Banff and not forgetting Ansel Adams!
... has helped me to appreciate the beauty and richness that is all around me if I take the time to see it. I hope you get a chance sometime to see the German Black Forest. It is a sensory experience that will touch your spirit and make you a better person for it.
One of the nice things about my work is that I meet and work with ...