Wednesday, December 7, 2016

October in Maassluis, part 1

After Shogun got loaded onto that cargo vessel
 (finally done after a 2 weeks delay!!),
it was a quick-go-go-go-quick go to Holland.
At Amsterdam Airport, Hessel was waiting for me 
and soon, once Little Sis had relocated her car in that huge parking lot (inside joke here)...
 we zoeffed almost traffic jam-free to Maassluis.

Indeed enjoying those Dutch skies.

This posting, and the next one, is mostly about me visiting some memory-lane spots.
And family and friends, of course.

Home sweet home for Leo and Jakob.

De Heeren.

And DO they luff old stuff....

Smile, you're on camera...

Maassluis is know as The first town at De Waterweg
 (that stretch of water leading to the old port of Rotterdam).

picture title....Steaming River??
An awesome early morning 
with season's first morning frost.

And yes, autumn has started.
Magic running!!

Hi Pa & Ma.
Just here to tell you all is well with your kids.

  Port of Maassluis.

Nice cycling, walking, running track all along De Waterweg.
Perfect weather.

With Bro Sjaak and Sis Sjak, 
gone for a pleasant 2 hour walk.

This is "Hoek van Holland".
First Port at De Waterweg.

From here, we started our journey with JAN HARING,
June 1984.

That's memory lane, isn't it?


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