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post #41 of 51 (permalink) Old 08-09-2020, 18:39 Thread Starter
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Its been an absolutely beautiful day, we've done 2 Nov walks and played tennis, a red squirrel has been dashing across the road with chestnuts still in their green casing, but he or she is too quick even for a photo. We have another regular visitor who has a lovely smile if she thinks you have good for her, hence she is too fat as Marc gives her something everytime, me not or she would probably be here all day, because it's a dog and I can't show you because the picture is ok the Kindle and they must have changed the arrangement to put it into the forum.
Moving to Heikes tomorrow for 2 nights, she has our beds prepared.
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Nobody’s missed me then😟.for 4 days the internet was so slow it was useless. We have been in the hearts since Friday, so far neither of us are impressed as we are always surrounded by trees. I am going where Heike guides me as this was her choice. Not having internet to find places to stop has been a nuisance, the Bord Atlas has been renamed by Heike as the Lie Book. Hopefully tomorrow we will be somewhere we can see the mountains not just be in them surrounded by trees.
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I thought you had MIFI Jan

Last post said you were moving to Heikes for a couple of days

Thought you were just resting prior to your trip
Still you are back now

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Not just trees but water too!
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Ill be in trouble. Jan asked me to update her threads but forgot about this one on here.

last I emailed her I told her to go to Austria or Switzerland (about 500 miles). She hasnt replied.


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We have seen one big lake the campsite was huge the Stellplatz not to my/our liking.
We have found places that are at least quiet, where we are now is Sankt Andreasberg is good we will stay another night and have a good look round the place on foot today.
Internet is still not good, we are too far away from the free wlan could move nearer but this is a good spot so will forfit internet.
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We are making our way out of the trees, decided to go on to Osterode, now at the quiet end of a campsite with a big area to ourselves. Both having internet bovver so no pictures.

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Nobody’s missed me then😟.
I was just wondering yesterday n today where you were Jan! But my own internet connection is also pretty dire....
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Not having internet to find places to stop has been a nuisance, the Bord Atlas has been renamed by Heike as the Lie Book.
That made me laugh! I'm lucky that I have been able to access the motorhomecraic app because I've been using it all the time.

I can't see your photo - 'broken image' but that may be the poor connection. So I'm unable to see your socks!

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Somewhere to stay....it's in the middle of trees but we used to feed the wild deer by hand. Our favourite Winter Daurplatz on and off for a few years.
The Brocken Railway is worth a ride if you really want a view and Werningerode one of the nicest towns...but don't look in the back streets at the old GDR areas!!
A couple of images 1972 and a revisit in 2014.

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