Landgoed Het Huis Te Eerbeek
Travel Blogs from Eerbeek
... known about the beavers along the Rhein, so you will be contributing to critical baseline data which will shape plans to manage beavers and our interactions to successful co-inhabit the Rhein." Once I heard all Bernhard had to say about the opportunities and experienced I would take part in during the next week, and all the things that were involved to run a project such as this I was astounded they could deliver it all, including accommodation, food, ...
The final day just needed a small 'push a little harder'. With the benefit of hindsight, I really don't know how I finished the walk last year. This time I had no blisters, none, zero, zilch, and apart from tired legs, no real pain. Last year I succeeded through the use of heavy duty pain-killers and sheer determination. It took two months to recover. This time I needed to take hardly any pharmaceutical encouragement.
Yes, I trudged the miles and felt ...
... and were making drinks to order for walkers. I just had some water, and ate my snack, but it was a nice break. It was less hot that last year, but still warm.
The hills undulated nicely, and a guy in a paraglider thing with a motor swooped overhead, only a few feet from our hats.
Back into Nijmegen, I missed seeing Marianne, Rein and Suzanne at the pub ...
Romel and Margie: we are touched because although they are still young they ...
... to Holland, stopped for
petrol and then about 100km from Amsterdam the overheating lamp came on
so we stopped on the side of the motorway, lots of smoke... damn!!
Something is not right... We noticed that all glycol poured into the
cooler came out the exhaust. We started to car, took the first exit off
the motorway and found a place to stop for the night, it's 11 pm on
Friday night. We went to bed hoping ...
- Free parking