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... all the animals from the farm are brought into the barn that is built right alongside the farmer's house, so they can be looked after right through the snowy months of winter - usually 3 months, they are inside. So a farmer can only have as many animals as he can fit in his barn!!
I rode past a dairy production place with a few milk vats, so I guess the local farmers all bring their milk here (or maybe it gets collected?) and it's processed here. I saw a ...
... you know the time 24/7 (handy in the wee hours of the morning) firstly the catholic church clock rings, then a few minutes later, the protestant church bells ring - I'm not sure yet who's early and who's late!!
Yves hired a car for us for the weekend, so he drove Jake and I to some places of interest and delight! Saturday, we wandered through Appenzell with lovely little shops on the street for pedestrians only, we had a picnic at the base ...
This morning Monika and I set out for Appenzell, Switzerland. We made our way along (very) windy roads to the base of the mountain named Saentis. A gondola went to the top, but we were content with enjoying time by the cafe at the old wooden cafe-hotel after hiking through a lovely pine woods. Dogs were everywhere on the patio and the sunshine was strong and warm. At 1,352 meters ...
... way up to Zürichsee today, but the small (15 km) dertour took a couple of grains and a bit of time. But now we know that you have to take the valley to the left if you're in Sargans, not to follow the red signs blindly.
The right turnoff brings you to a fascinating route along the Walensee with a lot of lakeside view, bike-only tunnels and lots of industrial area with stuff to ...
... the way down from the mountains. I thought " Yaa, these little tunnels...piece of cake, no problem bru"
The results: Stef was positively surprised after the first tunnel, I was blown away from the dust, the cars and the volume levels a normal car can produce in a tunnel. It's LOUD, and there is less air going through then through a chain smokers lungs!
But I also had my Yippieeh moment. In the last tunnel ...