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Cut my day a bit short yesterday, because of bad weather. Stopped just short of Goerliz.
120 km, through wet and slippery bikeways, crossing the "Saxon Schweiz", very challenging!
It is 6am now, will have breakfast, the weather looks good, will leave towards Wroclaw Poland, was formerly under German rule called "Breslau ...
... heading that way when we heard music. It turned out to be a small group of musicians & singers, obviously practising for something, and we stood for a while and enjoyed their excellent music. We then climbed the tower, hard work but worth it for the spectacular views of the surrounding countryside, including more rocks, the village of Oybin and even power stations in Poland!
... we’ve stayed in contact, this was the first time we’d met since then and what a grand reunion it was. We had a lot of catching up to do and fortunately their English is really good as we have virtually no German apart from greetings.
Clara is now 13 and learning English at school so we were able to talk to her as well – what a lovely young lady she has become. She delighted us with her reading of her notes ...
... We had a lot of fun although Lukas, the party trasher, didn't let us play as much but we still had a good time. Did I mention there was a pool there and every single day we went swimming with Camy and Sydney we did flips, turns, twists, handstands, cartwheels wait cartwheels? we didn't do any cartwheels ...mommy you were wrong we didn't do any cart wheels what so ever ...I'm sorry for that interruption and we also did flips.Bye for now!
... many unique and special people.
... So after the wedding we all met for a fantastic dinner with the beer and wine flowing. When combined with stimulating conversation, it was a great time. Then some formalities and cake cutting....ect Everyone was invited to come out for a surprise.....FIREWORKS!!! I love Fireworks.
Once we returned to the hall, the band starts playing and the feet start dancing (of course after a well choreagraphed first dance by the bride ...