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and it could be journeys end.
usual I stopped loads of times on this grand twisty road just to take photos.
However today it was not just the mountains i was taking photos of today but
the bikes as well. These guys were using this road as a race track. Standing at
the top of a rather blind hairpin bend I could hear them racing up the bank
then shutting off for the curve then race away as they passed me. It was like
being at at race track meeting and ...
... The rest of the afternoon was a pleasant downhill decent through forests full of cottage ruins and pastures full of noisy cows.
We left Chateau d'oex at a leisurely pace, after a nice breakfast and a last walk through the town. Next we crossed the nearby creek at the basin of the valley and picked the shorter of two routes to L'etivaz, the shorter route followed the traditional route that cheese from the vicinity of Chateau ...
... down the street after all these years. Harold was also my German professor at Collège St-Michel for my senior year. He looked and sounded exactly the same as I remember - it was great to see him. To my surprise, he brought up a German presentation I had made on flying airplanes. Unbelievable - I had long forgotten about it. What a wonderful trip down memory lane.
We visited two castles during our stay in Switzerland, one in Gruyères and the other ...
... odd, we couldn't work out where he would live in the meanwhile...on the street perhaps so he can scrape together the funds for the rent? It was up on a hill with sweeping views over the city of Lausanne and Lake Geneve, the largest lake in Switzerland (it's enormous). We basically had two things in mind upon coming to Switzerland- chocolate and cheese (watches and mountains came in a distant third and fourth), so accordingly, we visited two chocolate factories and a ...
... We have a big climb tomorrow and the drier the better, not to mention that it would be nice to see the view when we get to the pass. We will see. CNC "I'd rather wake up in the middle of nowhere than in any city on earth"-Steve McQueen Expenses 14SF- Mountain Goat Bus to Griesalp 110SF-Berghaus Bundalp- shower 3 miles downhill or in the glacial waterfall 4.80SF-1 beer, Carol just had water she brought down with her. Miles hiked - 3 miles Total miles walked 3.5 ...