Hotel Restaurant Overbosch
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... within a couple more days, we had some big days coming which we had planned before knowing how we would go with the over 80km day.)
Rheinberg happened to be another very beautiful town, so we went for a bit of a walk to find dinner, but after that it was an early night and plenty of rest for us.
Day 7: Rheinberg to Heelsum
Characterised by: WIND...relentless, bludgeoning wind...
... myself a lot more interested in these things than I would have been before my trip.
The weather was very nice when we began, but was misting rain by the end. This was fine though, as it was still pleasant. We arrived back at the house by lunch time, and she said that she would make us both soup. It was a spiced zucchini soup, and it was excellent. She's a great cook. After lunch, she said that she was tired from our walk and wanted ...
... for lunch and dinner. In between, we went to pick up our camper van, Bennie. He was in great condition. All the clothes and supplies were fine too. Whew!! We really wondered what everything would be like four and half years later. It seems that the greenhouse where it was stored worked out great.
This evening, we are planning our route and what campground we will stay in tomorrow night.
... is it
that I am wanting my child to learn at this moment, and what is the best
way I can teach it? By teach, she means, quite literally, teach. Not
insist, not demand, not coerce, not bribe. Teach. Instead of saying,
“she needs to learn to take accountability for her actions,” we might
say something like, “how can I best teach her to take better care of her
bicycle?” Or instead of my thinking ...
... into the Netherlands. Netherlands (handy information that Robyn wrote down!): Very flat lands same as Belgium 24% of the Netherlands lie below sea level. Amsterdam is an artificial city that is man made built on water. The Netherlands used to be known for its wind mills. They used to be used to generate energy to pump water off of the land to reclaim it from the water. There are more bikes in the Netherlands than there are people. It is so flat so it is awesome to bike ...