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Munich

Our trip has included three weeks of travel by train and public transport, then two weeks with a car. Our last three days, while in Munich, featured plenty of walking. 634 more words

Germany

Salzburg Adventures

Our hotel in Salzburg is about 5 kilometers out of town, right on bus line #21. It’s quiet farm country here. You can see me waving at you from the pic on the right, and as we sit on our hotel balcony (I write blogs, Sue edits pictures, then Sue fixes my writing;) our view is of snow on steep peaks that looks similar to the Matterhorn at Disneyland. 447 more words

Biking

Segway and Wheelie

First time calving for #5 Segway went well. This daughter of Scooter was born was born in the spring of 2017.

Her new calf, although very wobbly, stood up quickly and began looking for a good meal. 50 more words

Cattle

Amsterdam

Our adventures in Amsterdam have been all that we had hoped for and so much more! With 65 miles of canals, history galore, and seemingly thousands and thousands of bicycles, Amsterdam is an enchanting city. 448 more words

Canals

Charming Brugge

The small town of Brugge in Belgium is preserved from the 15th century and the city center is a World Heritage UNESCO site. It is fitting that the city name is derived from the word ‘bridge’ as it is a city of canals. 294 more words

Canals

APRIL 5, 1951: FIRST CAME THE WHEEL

Inventors are born every day, and April 5, 1951, was no exception. Dean Kamen was an inventor as well as a master of hype. Among his inventions are the iBOT an all-terrain electric wheelchair and a device that uses compressed air to launch SWAT teams to the roofs of tall buildings in a single bound.  332 more words

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Segways on a Lunch Break — Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Wheels

This is our entry in Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Wheels.

Just like the men on the steps behind them, these Segways in Lisbon, Portugal, appear to be on a lunch break. 23 more words

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