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Wednesday, September 12th, 2012

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I started with the boat clean up and will have all of tomorrow and Friday to get things organized.

There are two American couples here who keep a power boat here in Europe. A couple from Washington D.C. and Karin and Chris from Orange County.

Etienne came by on a bicycle that had much of the versy same equipment on it as my 1966 Belgian bike that I use to ride all over Gig Harbor and Tacoma and put on the boat in 2005. I dropped it in the water in Bora Bora and that was a real sad parting. He took some photos of it with me but I forgot them in my camera, on the boat. I am sitting here on some cold stairs freezing my buns off. I promise I’ll have the picture tomorrow and you will recognize the head light, the unusual winged chain guard, bell, etc…

The Namur Citade