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The past few days have been pretty relaxing. We have been hanging out around town, visiting family, and paddle boating. In town, the farmers market was going on, so we went around there. The family we visited live in Munster. They are my grandmother's sisters and families. I ...
... the air shouting 'Young Man!'
It was 17.05 when we finally crossed the finish line and went to get out 3rd medal. Mona was also a 3x walker. We took photos by the statistics thermometer and then bought ice-cream, which we ate in the pouring rain, as the heavens had decided to open just at that moment. It was fine. We didn't care. Mona threw her waterproof over our heads and we sat, creating a little island of dry ground in the wet ...
... British army woman sat next to me. She was wearing awesome ice-cream shaped sunglasses and told me she had walked Nijmegen 36 times. That's going some. I passed her again some miles further on, as well as the French marine, who was making slower progress on the dirt, gravelled path, than he had on the smooth tarmac. There were several wheelchair candidates doing the distance this year. The rules state that you can use a wheelchair so long as it isn't motorised. ...
I couldn't sleep. The alarm went off randomly at midnight, waking both me and my room-mate Reina. This was the third year we had shared the little attic room, and we had a good system worked out so we didn't tread on each other's toes. I tossed and turned, made a foray to the kitchen for a midnight snack and finally gave up at 3.30am when I started to get ready to go.
The students outside were still randomly yodelling ...
Wow! What a day! It was beautiful today, 70 and sunny. We had a good 8 hour sleep and had good coffee, meat, cheese and bread for breakfast. We figured out how to put the car in reverse (a little tricky) and set out for Uelsen, Germany. It was a beautiful drive over filled with sunshine, trees, and lots of bikers. When we arrived in Uelsen, we looked for steeples because we figured the church would be a good place to start looking for Masselinks. The church we ...