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... drops from the side of the road. We should slip her a mickey so she can relax a bit. Haha
Part of the way we were following a truck with milk pails on the back. We'd actually learnt a couple of days ago that a lot of what we thought were "Heidi Houses" high up on mountain slopes are actually cow barns. They're only used in the summer and the cows only come in to be milked and then go back out to pasture.
Missed the cutoff for the last entry to the chocolate ...
... is cheese with wine mixed in & the option to add garlic, gherkin, mini onions yourself. A basket full of bread to dip in with a long prong fork. We are told by our guide you make a figure 8 in the cheese & if you drop any it's tradition to kiss the person on your left. No one is sitting on Grants left so he asks me to call the cute blond Swiss waitress over if he drops any. The meals are humongous, we were warned. I have pork schnitzel in creamy mushroom ...
... deal for all of us. To make a long story short, we ended up renting two cars from Vienna and were going to drive the nine hour trip to Interlaken, Switzerland.
After a very short night of sleep because I had to stay up packing all the night before, I had three hours of classes to get through that morning, mass, a quick lunch, finalizing last minute details, then it was off to Vienna. John Redmond and I had to leave earlier than everyone else in order to make it to the car ...
... no. 208 - bears are omnivores, with only 20% of their diet being meat. After a fun filled, and speedy, (yet thoughtful - the bears) morning we packed up the camper, and sadly left a great place, with great food and people. Our next brief stop, just for lunch, was in the shadows of the castle at Reigerburg, and then to another castle at Lockenhaus. This place is infamous for one of its former owners and residents ... a nice lady, known as the Blood Countess. It is said that the ...
... were three timed test sections today. On the first short section Tony
Strelzow in the Derby Bentley did well setting best time in the Vintageants on
1:34, and the Bentley of Lars Rolner, the Ford of Bill Cleyndert and the MG TC
of Peter Zernial all set 1:38, with the Woodock Brothers setting 1:44. In the
Classics division, Paul Kirkham set 1:22, and the Polish Jaguar XK 150 doing
particularly well on 1:26, ...