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... to the best side for the wind. This is a sign to the other mills that they should follow suit and start pumping. In the old days, pumping took place day and night. During the night, the head miller would put lanterns on the arms of the mills so the other millers would know whether to pump or not (remember to be effective, they had to work in unison). The arms of the mills are made of a framework of metal which is covered with canvas when they are working. See ...
... pea soup with ham and bread. I have used this pub before it seems to have a good crowd of local clientele, always a good sign. They were friendly as well so it helped pass the time to boarding.
I headed for the ferry about 20:00, as always no problems boarding, just remove sunglasses but not helmet at immigration.
I was directed to my parking spot on board, alongside a Suzuki Hyabusa with Aussie ...
... not been to before, skirting Amsterdam on the ring road, then down the A4 passing Leiden and Den Haag.
I arrive in Hoek in plenty of time and have time to park up in the square and have a couple of coffees and a piece of chocolate cake in the warm sun.
I also pop my sea sickness pills just to be on the safe side, the sea looks calm but it is nearly 8 hours to cross to Harwich.
... lit cave of eery lights and running water. Inside is a thorough display on Greenpeace in association to its stance on whaling. Whales and many sea creatures appear in everyday products, even more in earlier years when they had no protection. Whalebones appear in umbrellas and corsets, the fat used in cooking and cosmetic products and the baleen appearing in brushed brooms and more. The exhibition is quite heavy on the treatment of whales, and as the information is a ...
... designers and artists.
Upstairs details the history of graphic design in the Netherlands, sighting all the major players in its evolution. In the first half of the previous century, both government and business felt a need for better communication with consumers. It’s not like this wasn’t happening before, but the push saw designers and artists working closer together to create a whole campaign and branding idea – covering packaging, advertising and ...