Photographs from Malmedy, Belgium

Due to cold and clumsy fingers the previous post was published by accident. Perhaps it is better if you read it again. It is edited and completed now.

A touching moment Saturday with the opening on Saturday was the minute of silence for all those riders who didn’t get home. Many eyers were tear-filled. Marcel and Werner, you were in our thoughts.

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Africa, Africa, Africa!
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3 Responses to Photographs from Malmedy, Belgium

  1. Maritza Jansen says:

    Hi Lodie,- Soos gewoonlik is jy op jou gelukkigste as jy en jou KLR die vertes in skiet! Onthou ek hou al jou inskrywings dop en dink aan jou. Geniet dit, en wees asb versigtig! Geniet elke oomblik daarvan! Dankie vir Al die mooi fotos!!! Groete vanaf ‘n warm Pretoria

  2. Maryna den Braanker says:

    What a fascinating African post !!! Thank You Lodie.
    I cant explain my excitement for the unexplored realism you learnt, by the GREAT people you met. May be a ‘forever curiously’ . . . Testing new opinions and courting new impressions by all the bikers, has given you a fresh set of challenges, OR the same set viewed from a different angle.
    A Soul who loves the truth – exploration and discovery, ONLY, means JOY for the heart.
    The human mind can dream up far more interesting things than ever expected ! Explore the infinite. Make your next trip your very own.
    I hope to live for a few more years so that I can catch glimpses of your oncoming future.

  3. Christine Rees-Gibbs says:

    Lovely photo’s! ‘ Think I’ll have another look.

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