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Today we went to a local Bakery for a full German breakfast
at Backstube Gettorf, Eichkoppel
Breads, meats, cheeses, boiled egg and of course, coffee.
Then it was on to University Of Kiel Test Farm where Dr.
Rainer Loges gave a thorough description of the research being undertaken,
particularly in regard to organic production, and developing a herd of Jersey
cows for all pasture based farming.
Then it was on to the charming old town ...
... what we had read, the train was waiting and left within minutes of our boarding. The next train connection at Odense was as smooth. Having bought our tickets on line from home, we just had to find the right platform and section to stand at to await our particular train car. The info boards are very clear once you find the right ones. Once in Copenhagen, we collected our suitcase left at our hotel ...
... island's churches, which were very simple, whitewashed interiors, no stain glassed windows, but ornate alters that had been given to each church by the royal family. (The king had owned the island at one point in its history.) The farmland was being worked as we rode by so tractors were the vehicles we had to watch for as we cycled the back roads. The countryside reminded me of PEI because there wasn't a lot of rise to ...
... to be built. When we were there in the evening, swimmers were in the ocean doing their laps and playing around. The Danes are a hardy bunch as the ocean felt like Willows Beach temperature. The walk back through the town to our B&B was filled with architecture that kept begging to be photographed. Susanna met us with a glass of her delicious homemade wine as a nightcap. I could get used to this ...
We were up and about early, keen and raring to go, especially as the winds had lessened somewhat and the skies, at least initially, were blue. The forecast promised light breezes and some rain late morning, so we reckoned that with luck we would be at or close to, Middlefart by the time the rain came. However, by the time we'd had breakfast, the skies were ...