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A weekend in Texel: Sheep factory (III)

We started this sunny day by a visit to the beach. It was not so warm along the shore, especially with the wind blowing hard, so we only walked in the sand, jackets and gloves on. 408 more words

NATURE

The Best Gifts Come Home-Made From Someone's Kitchen...

Travelling through Flevoland on our way home from a weekend-for-two away last year, Himself and I spot a sign by one of the farms.

It advertised a small stall of fresh veggies as well as a few home made products. 205 more words

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Dog training nights in The Hague

Small, midsize and big dogs and their bosses all get together to be trained an hour a week to ensure well-behaving dogs. Your little puppy might be the sweetest thing but if not well educated it may rule the house before you know it. 115 more words

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Euthanasia in the Netherlands: a slippery slope?

By Brigit Toebes, Academic Director, Global Health Law Groningen Research Centre
b.c.a.toebes@rug.nl

The Dutch euthanasia legislation has been lauded as well as criticized by legal scholars and physicians in the Netherlands and abroad. 588 more words

GHLG Blog

Trump Selects Ambassador For The Netherlands, Bahrain

WASHINGTON (WWJ/AP) — President Donald Trump will nominate former Michigan Republican Congressman Peter Hoekstra to serve as the U.S. ambassador to the Netherlands.

Hoekstra previously served as chair of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence and was the ranking Republican on the Committee until 2011, the White House said. 128 more words

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The Wings Of War Fell To Earth...

Travelling home along the province of Flevoland from our weekend-for-two away late last summer, Himself and I discover some sort of marker on the side of the road. 579 more words

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