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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 ...
... didn't continue up to the famous Schilthorn, as we thought this walk should allow us to keep going to the bottom of the valley in time to get home before dark! Out onto the viewing platform, we were delighted to find a new addition (apparently only opened about 2 days before!) - the "Sky Walk" which comprised a lot of mesh instead of solid floor and a bit of glass too.... I was even feeling a bit shaky in the knees - I think it's because you can get a sense of depth and how far down ...
... with balconies scattered across the mountain in no particular configuration, melting snow making its way towards the rivers, cow paddocks where the cow bells sung out in a random but methodical tune as the cows ate floating into our gondola cabin and yet more mountains even more stunning than the ones we had left behind in Interlaken.
When we got to the top of the gondola ride at Grindelwald first, the peak was covered in thick clouds and cold. There was still large ...
... And with Eric joining, it was the perfect way to wrap up our time in Switzerland. In all, Switzerland provided great food, people, hikes, and memories. An early highlight and high point to our trip. We can only be so lucky to have this much fun again... and we're gad to try! *sorry, previously said Oregon in original blog post but that was wrong... I just remember thinking of the Oregon Ducks when we met ...
... 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, ...