Original playout date: 14 September 2007
One advantage of holidaying in Alsace is that you don’t only have the Vosges mountains of France to visit, but also just across the river Rhein is Germany and the Black Forest, so we took a day trip there.
Black Forest gateau, did we manage to find it? Watch to find out…
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Playout date: 17 February 2007
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Camera: Panasonic DMZ -FZ30
Post Production: Windows Movie Maker – slight use
Other people featured: Tanya, Sophie, rest of family
Music used: “Happy birthday to you”
Languages used: English with Polish in surroundings
Animals/plants featured: None
Who gives pooh cake to their daughter for her birthday? We do. Tanya liked Winnie as much then as she does now. So cute only 5 years old blowing out the candles.
We enjoyed a nice meal together in honour of my Dad’s 70th birthday. This was over in France in Cussay about a year ago – he was 71 last week!
- My Dad and Princess Diana (thatguykc.wordpress.com)
- Happy 70th birthday to West Seattle’s Colman Pool (westseattleblog.com)
- Describe a perfect meal. (laurieanichols.wordpress.com)
This is pretty much George’s first solo appearance on the channel. He doesn’t do that much, but he can be very amusing in his own way. There was something cute about the way he was eating those chips. We had a chip maker for a short while, but then it broke, after using it for less than a dozen times. The chips were very good while they lasted.
The Czech word for chips, by the way, “hranolky”, I used to just take at face value, but recently while developing my goldlist I discovered that literally it means “little prisms”, which is quite an original term for them.