Friday Sept 28, Muiden

Written by Jack van Ommen on September 28th, 2012 viagra funciona siempre free chemistry homework help is google making us stupid essay summary mechanical engineering thesis examples viagra light switch go to link source drinking alcohol and taking cialis free essay of mice and men loneliness levitra old harbor check cheating essays see url essay checker for punctuation gcse science biology past papers edexcel farmasi ada jual viagra level essay writing service free essays about the civil war essays on friendships go site journal article review example apa cheap essays editor website for masters from seroquel how to write an evaluation report casodex dry skin schopenhauer essays and aphorisms We are at Ome Ko’s bar in Muiden. Noisy but good company. The distance to Spakenburg from Elburg turned out to be further than I had expected and we had a very strong headwind slowing us down. Just when I entered Spakenburg harbor Henk van Halteren waved me down from his botter. He was on his way to Muiden for an informal botter race with another 15 Spakenburg botters from Muiden to Volendam, tomorrow. I decided to follow Henk and as I had hoped for he invited us aboard for the race tomorrow. Henk is the manager of the Nieuwboer Botter yard in Spakenburg. The yard that I wrote about in the current issue of the Wooden Boat issue. Henk told me that the issue sold out in Spakenburg. I expect that we will be back late  from Volendam to Muiden and this means that we will most likely not show up in Amsterdam till Sunday. Henk and his Spakenburg buddies call this race: “Van de koster naar de Kapelaan”. ( From the Pastor to the Priest) The Volendammers are predominantly Roman Catholic and the rest of the former Zuider Zee botter fishermen are all protestant.



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