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... just stuff that slows you down.
On the top of one hill there was an NSA surveillance station (Im sure, it said something of "Sender" and "Europa1" but that's the cover I would use to spy on society.
The weather was cloudy and cold and we actually got a bit rained on but nothing to be scared.
The day ended with a really lucky and nice situated place to cook and pitch the ...
... were lots and lots of apple and pear trees.
Riding along these landscapes makes you always think about the people who planted these trees a couple of decades ago and how they lived their lives. Today, nobody cares about these old trees anymore, despite they are full of delicious, way more tasteful fruits than the ones you can buy at the supermarket today. Anyway, we had a never-ending apple and pear ...
... was pretty much spent doing admin, and buying another layer of clothing. The last few days kind of gave us a bit of a fright with the cold. .
Naturally we also had to heal our various aches and pains. My ankle wasn't really playing along.
The second night, Meike convinced me to cook, and a small dinner party with a ...
... outside and St Nicholas Church (with what we now know as a Fayence) as well as some of the older parts of the town. The temperature was rising and getting very humid.
We did some reading and writing up of blogs. We wanted some 50 cent coins for the electric so John went in search and ended up in a Turkish kebab shop as the Capitainerie was closed. He bought a coke and asked for 50 cents coins in his change and got them. When he came back, he filled the boat ...
... Very scary!!! As they were about to leave, one nice German girl was talking to them for me. She said they just wanted all of my info and she told me that I probably shouldn't worry. All was okay, but it was quite the adrenalin rush. I felt pretty bad ass that I just got in trouble with the German police as I was celebrating American Independence Day. A few others and myself hung out for a while after now with less music. So many drunk people around but the night was ...