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The past few days have been pretty relaxing. We have been hanging out around town, visiting family, and paddle boating. In town, the farmers market was going on, so we went around there. The family we visited live in Munster. They are my grandmother's sisters and families. I ...
... woman, who seemed to be struggling. At first she seemed slow, but then the music started again and she was swinging us all over the place, pulling on our arms and cheering wildly, which was all a bit hard to deal with. I mouthed to Mona "I think she's recovered!" and we melted into the crowd.
One of the games we play when we are walking is trying to spot new nationalities each day. We had spotted Samoa earlier, but towards the ...
... to give some burn to those arm muscles.
I took another break in the woods, where the home resident was making walkers a cup of coffee if they sat still long enough. The coffee helped my flagging, and I kept pace with a team of Dutch soldiers singing cadence for a while. I noticed the French nearby singing quite tuneful marching songs this year. It reminded me of Captain Corelli's Mandolin, although of course those musical men were Italian.
As we ...
... up with Mona at a toilet stop and we walked the last 10km together, fairly slowly. She was sporting the Stars and Stripes, so I guess people assumed I was from Alabama after that (also a red cross on a white background, but corner to corner, in case you aren't from the Deep South).
The small highlight of the day was passing the overly cluttered garden of a mad hoarder. We had seen this on the TV the previous evening and it was just as horrific in real life. The ...
... tooted their horns at the mass of hikers.
The next town was Linden. Linden decorates its gardens with a theme every year, but the nature of the theme is a closely guarded secret until the actual day. This year the theme was Kings and Queens and so there were crowns and royalty and pictures of King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima everywhere. There was one garden booming out Elvis music, but the dummy in the Elvis costume, rather disturbingly, had ...