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That night we went across the road to see Jan & Jacqueline, they have two boys Danny (14) & Leon (12). They live on the original Rigter family farm. It is now 35ha, they sold some land on the polder side & brought some more next door, then sold 1 ha for industrial use (commercial). If you sell you can earn 10% more for commercial use & for residential 15% ...
... a gander at the bicycle infrastructure, but as it turns out they have planned not only for bicycles, but for so much more! They have worked long and hard to have a fully integrated system for bicycles, buses, cars, and light rail. Yet, in this fully integrated system, they have signs reminding everyone that bicycles are in charge and drivers are guests on the road. Even with those constant reminders, it ...
... and coffe with Wim, Gerry and Dora. Alf jokingly passed on a smack with the matterclopper (rug hitter) to Gerry from Mum as he is a naughty boy. We then took a walk around town seeing where they all lived a stop at Gerry's saw us tasting his home brew whiskey, yum and a sip of his top shelf whiskey, I liked the home brew better. Then to the church where they were all married and the house they grew up in. The windmill where the cars can drive ...
... quite regularly via e-mail and it wasn’t very
long before she invited me to go and visit her in the Netherlands. I hardly knew her then so I declined.
Moira and I would write each other quite regularly sharing information about our personal
lives and also exchanging notes regarding our fight against the big “C”.
I could tell by what our communication that Moira and I had a lot in common so I finally accepted her ...
... shop and noticed that they had 2 NZ Sauvignon Blancs on their shelf. The Peter Yealands one retailed at €10.99 which when converted (about $17) is not too dissimilar to what we would pay at home if it wasn't on special. They thought it was very expensive! I ended up buying a Breaker Bay Sav Blanc (NZ) for €7.99 and what I am told is a very good organic Shiraz (Italy) for €6.99. We will take them with us tonight ...