If you ever visit Amsterdam in October we would suggest watching this free event along the canals.
This was a dry summer and our adventures are now well documented. The RV trailer is now safely back in storage. The canoe and kayaks are waiting for the next nice day to come out of the back garden and head out on an adventure.
This week we are featuring a guest blogger to our site. We will call them the Houten Renegades so that they can maintain their private identities. This Dutch family recently went on vacation and was so excited to show us about their canoe trip via WhatsApp that we asked if they would send me a small article in English about the trip.
Now, all of my blog readers and inspiring writers, please don’t hate me as I am typing this blog in what most writers would consider the prime writing location and conditions. I have a room/office with an ocean view.
I was thinking, No problem, I ride a normal bike all the time.
We could really feel the remoteness of the area standing alone on the marsh and feeling the wind rolling across the flat land.
The first was a 12 km RT paddle to Kalenburg that explores the marsh lands of the National Park and the marsh forest of the National Park.