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... brought us forward.
The riding was like a rollercoaster. Just up and down all the time. The cycle route tool is along all the small sights. It was definitely made for touristy bikers, not people who want to make distance. We found places to fill up our water supply and saw wild boars (in a cage). We had to cross some sections where building work was done, which lead to Stef trying really hard ...
... of wine was had. Jan and ben then went to scout the area for tail, and at 6am, he stumbled home.
Needless to say, sunday started slow.
At about midday, we headed over to jans dads, and were treated to our second breakfast, shortly followed by a massive dinner at an all you can eat Chinese restaurant. It was ...
This night was cold. I estimate it was between 3 and 5 degrees. What means, that I wear thermals, a down vest and woolen socks. As it gets colder you add a scarf and a beanie and you pull the drawstring to close the hood of the bag.
It's cold outside, but with that set of gear, neither of us was cold, so it still can get a little colder.
In the morning, I usually get out of the tent first (i.e. get kicked out) and start to pack ...
... the village.
At last the tow truck arrived. The driver said he would take the car and a taxi would come for us. We said no to being left in the village with nowhere to wait except on the sidewalk. So after a phone consultation with Sixt, we hopped in the tow truck with the driver and took off to Sarreguemines, about 30 miles away. As we pulled away, I saw the study lady peering at us from her window. I waved at her.
... in front of us. I remembered that I had packed some crackers as snack for the boys, so I got them out and we started feeding them. There were three swans swimming around downstream from us, and as soon as they realized what was going on they started swimming towards us. They were huge and quite intimidating. They had no reservations about coming right up to us and waiting for crackers. Ben even fed one out of his hand!