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... which helped temporarily, but it didn't save it. It finally came off completely about ten days later. Nijmegen can be ******* the feet.
In Cuijk there is a big stage, lots of music and noise and a pontoon across the lake. We paused in the army camp on the far side until the guy sitting next to me lit up and smoked us out. We saw Jolanda still walking and doing well, and I made the mistake of trying to gee up a totally ...
... My feet were a little sore, so I stopped for a while and took my boots off, giving them a long rest and a rub. I don't usually do this, I normally keep my boots on until the end, and I'm not sure if it was the wisest thing to do. Initially, setting off again for the final 7 miles, my feet felt better, but they soon deteriorated into abject pain, not from any blisters, but from the continual impact of foot on asphalt. The pain was really intense, and I was ...
... This time, I decided I would get the blisters treated early. As I mentioned before I was carrying a lot more weight this time, hence prevention of damage was important. So, around 10 miles, I took a break at the Rode Kreuz and an Englishman called Bob patched up my left foot with layers of plasters, and gave me some cotton wool for the other foot as padding.
A few mile further on, I fell into conversation ...
Mona and I walked over to De Wedren to register, before taking a tour of all the ritual activities that happen before the walk. We signed the graffiti boards, got the T-shirt, and took photos in front of the statistics thermometer. 46,000 participants were given places and 42,600 registered to walk by the end of the day.
Then we walked into town. Someone had strung a whole load ...
... Canadians come in on the cobblestone streets to liberate the Dutch community of Amsterdam. Children ran out for the first time, hugged the soldiers, climbed on the tanks, etc. one soldier gave Maud a chocolate bar. She refused it, but the person who had hidden her took the candy bar, broke a piece off of it and shoved it in Maud's mouth. Maud said that she wats chocolate every day now.
Maud is writing a book about her experiences during WWII, called "Chocolate, the Taste of ...