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... Patrick, and Andrea's brother Stephan.
The drive was through Malters then uphill on a very windy road that a motorcyclist would love.
Andrea had made dinner and was finishing up while Seppi showed us around his home and what he had renovated or added to the place. Lots of room, vertical.
Wonderful home-cooked meal.
Again a really nice visit. Lots of laughter, picture taking, old photos came out, ...
... do one. She has put up with a lot recently if you get my drift. Next, both Ellie and Luke are doing a half Iron Man just before we return to the SWCP!
One more thing to add from the summer recess: Roger and Nikki Dowe have been over from New Zealand again and stayed with us for a while. Roger and Hallmark Limousines have sponsored the cause by £100; thanks very much guys and it has been great to see you again
So here we go: Mawgan Porth to ...
But honestly, all those things I'm gonna see and do, for sure lots of crazy stuff.
Starting with Canada. Mountains, lakes, endless forest.
Yeah I know; stereotype and wrong, because it's just a tiny part, still...
Going south, Mexiko with it's great food, gringo Cancun and white beaches.
So gonna hike the hell out of my shoes and legs in every country I am.
Valleys of green and grey, white, black and ...
After a luxuriously relaxed morning, we boarded the coach to Stans, Switzerland. It's a small town with bright green meadows that lies at the foot of Mount Stanserhorn in heart of the Swiss Alps. We pulled up to an unassuming one-story wooden structure which was the departure depot for the 100-year-old funicular, a small three car passenger train, that took us about 1,200 feet up the mountain to the middle station at Kälti where we ...
... only food that can cure paddle boat hunger, Swiss sausages and the hottest mustard in exsistance! Once the afternoon rolled in it was time to do as the Zurichians do and take part in the unsanctioned national sport of park bbqing. So we grabbed everything together and headed down to the lake and set up shop. Karin and Marc had clearly done this before because it was delicious. Once the beer was gone and Karin and I taught Marc and Sarah a lesson in cards it ...