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... first part ran along Lake Thun. The mountains rise up along either side of the lake and once again the view is monumental especially with the beautiful sunny weather. Along the trail there were caves and large rock formations as we moved up the mountain. The trail broke into many pieces but luckily we made all the right decisions to get to the waterfall. We knew we made it when we heard rushing water, now we just walked to the sound. We hiked all the way up to ...
... had a hot chocolate in the café at the bottom as we waited for our bus to Lauterbrunnen. The bus trip home we shared with a beautiful black Labrador. We love that dogs are allowed everywhere, cable cars, buses, cafes. They are all very well behaved.
Back in the town we walked to our car stopping to admire a quaint Swiss watch shop with cuckoo clocks and many Swiss army knives. Loved this shop for some reason. We saw the cows by the road in a tiny pasture by the ...
... The pilot, Lucas, who was from Bern, was doing this as his summer job - jealous! He took photos and a few videos as you couldn't take a camera with you - wouldn't want to drop mine from up there to be honest :P the take off was ropey, the wind dropped just as we were running off the side of the mountain. Lucas apologised and said that this did t usually happen, to which I said - I bet that's what you tell all the girls ...
... were three timed test sections today. On the first short section Tony
Strelzow in the Derby Bentley did well setting best time in the Vintageants on
1:34, and the Bentley of Lars Rolner, the Ford of Bill Cleyndert and the MG TC
of Peter Zernial all set 1:38, with the Woodock Brothers setting 1:44. In the
Classics division, Paul Kirkham set 1:22, and the Polish Jaguar XK 150 doing
particularly well on 1:26, ...
... this! We made reservations earlier in the day and headed over to the lift around 7p.
We get into a cute little restaurant where we are clearly the only English speakers, if not the only non-locals. Shortly after we sit down, we're served a salad and traditional tea that are both very good as the accordionist starts playing. Oh did I forget to mention there's an accordion player that plays traditional Swiss tunes and sings all night? Oh yes, this ...