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... The tree trunks were moved thru the canals to transport and also keep them wet to cut better. All the saw dust is sold to the farmers to use in the barns. Another working mill grinds with a stone to make various spices. Unfortunately the windmills grew obsolete and the wealthy families lost their fortunes.
In the museum we learned about the history of Zaanse Schans. It presented some of the most wealthy families and had displays of their lifestyles. Ships ...
... to you the whole entire time I’ve known you. Your whole life you’ve really worked your ass off, as you would’ve said. I honestly have admiration for that.
You started all the way on the bottom in the hotel business on your 19th and before you
knew it you had people working for you. When I grow up and become a real adult, I want to become just as independent as you were. Hopefully I also inherited for that your perseverance, courage ...
... too. Followed with time in down town, we end up in a restaurant where we all fitted in the kitchen to cook our own meal. Awesome day and great quality time for young and old.
Carnival. Many travel guides recommend to visit places during festivals and experience the local culture. Well, what better opportunity than celebrate carnival! Maybe not quite the Brazilian way but in many places carnival is a big thing. Also in Reeuwijk, and the perfect time to catch up ...
... kept Kevin and Hubert busy throughout the day.
On the 1st I took Vera to visit the villages of Naarden Vesting, Marken and Vollendam. We got some nice pictures.
We missed not having grandma, grandpa, Rebecca, Christopher, Jennifer and Melanie with us, so next year we shall ensure we are all together to celebrate.
Happy New Year to everyone. Welcome ...
... came home and now it is time for dinner. I hope to be alive to blog for you all tomorrow, luckily I am starting to feel better 8 hours later. Tomorrow, Utrecht!
Mindfulness Moment: The market is busy! It smells like sweet fresh fruit near the produce stand, and the mango is so sweet. It is soft and just a tad chilled above room temperature, I almost lost it in transfer from the small plate to my mouth because it was so slippery. ...