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... moon was going to be as close as it is to the Earth, also it was going to be eclipsed too, so I thought I better get up to get a picture for all you workers out there.
Unfortunately my camera, even as good as Wayne makes pictures look, wasn't quite up to the job.
Won't bother you with my results, but thanks to Neil for getting great results with his telescope, so a sort of cheat here.
Now where's that beer ...
... had in store and get some grub. At the end of the evening, while Paul was busy getting his beauty sleep, I would (slightly merry) update the blog again with our infamous "beer of the day." 8 hours later, and we would do it all again. As you can see, it's a day essentially orientated around when our next fuel load would be! Luckily, along the way, we visited some unbelievable places (and met a few characters, too).
I heard Munich was not too far from Augsburg....
... but we decided the designated motorhome car park was too far from the town so tried to find somewhere closer but this was a mistake as the road just took us through the narrow streets of the town, a low bridge and up a hill with no parkIng possibilities. We then just tried to follow the Romantic Road signs which took us through farmland and villages but nowhere to stop and tummies were rumbling! When we ...
... in Munich today. We will keep the car until mid-October and then return it before flying home from Stockholm.
The best part of the arrangement was finding ourselves just an hour away from where Lars' son Micke live in Bad Wörishofen. We had visited him at Easter but it was wonderful to have another chance to see him and Jessica and of course Niklas.
We arrived ...
... that is being restored to house the museum…. Water wheel and all. Here we heard a musical selection using huge cow bells and learned how they are made. Another art that is dieing. There is only one man in the valley who has the skill to make a musical cow bell. He is training others to take over but it isn’t easy to find takers. Strange thing to put on a resume.
Before the concert we headed farther in to the valley and did a short hike up the hill to ...