Friends

In  Lavezzi an Island of Corsica there are big rocks that you can climb and jump of.Here we met a family from Munich on there boat “Mia 4” with Lucas who is my age. They took the underwater pictures.PTDC0217 PTDC0205 PTDC0195A week  before we met a Belgian family in San Ciprianu on the east coast of Corsika. Oliver(13),Lucy(10) were with us for a week because we were waiting for the storm to finish and we wanted to hangout together. We were a lot on the pontoon pushing each other and jumping off.IMGP4916 IMGP4914 IMGP4893One day in San Ciprianu we went  horseback riding through the nice landscape and on the beach it was very fun and Quite hard when the horse was running.My horse Regina always wanted to eat.

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Riding on my horse Regina.

Riding on my horse Regina.

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on “Friends
6 Comments on “Friends
  1. “Mom” is all in a dither, because she is trying to show me some pictures on the computer, but I can’t seem to understand. She is saying “Look – Sol and Leonie” and these are friends I know, and miss, but what is she going on about here?… What does “look” mean? I sure can’t see or smell them… Perhaps I’ll never really understand my mother…

  2. these are awesome pictures, Sol!

    Do you do nothing but play?? No work? No school? It doesn’t seem fair?

    What a life you and your family have! Tell us “he not so good things”, if there

    are any.

    The sun is shining in Victoria, sunsets at the “breakwater” on Dallas Road are
    wonderful and awe inspiring! The pears and apples on our trees are ripe and
    delicious, except, the crows are eating them all.

    Otherwise, the Schmidtkes and we are fine. Had supper with them two nights ago. Alissa is exceptional on their new trampoline: forward flips, backward
    flips, handstands, “Brücke”, cartwheel and whatever else.

    Saw Lucas and Ilias with their Mom Elena on their bikes in Oak Bay. Those little
    guys are getting “big” and are quite independent already.

    Can’t wait to see you all when you come back. You’ll have so much to tell!
    Don’t forget all your math and spelling…… Cheers, Ingrid and Walter

    Say “hi” to your parents and to Leonie!

  3. these are awesome pictures, Sol!

    Do you do nothing but play?? No work? No school? It doesn’t seem fair?

    What a life you and your family have! Tell us “the not so good things”, if there

    are any.

    The sun is shining in Victoria, sunsets at the “breakwater” on Dallas Road are
    wonderful and awe inspiring! The pears and apples on our trees are ripe and
    delicious, except, the crows are eating them all.

    Otherwise, the Schmidtkes and we are fine. Had supper with them two nights ago. Alissa is exceptional on their new trampoline: forward flips, backward
    flips, handstands, “Brücke”, cartwheel and whatever else.

    Saw Lucas and Ilias with their Mom Elena on their bikes in Oak Bay. Those little
    guys are getting “big” and are quite independent already.

    Can’t wait to see you all when you come back. You’ll have so much to tell!
    Don’t forget all your math and spelling…… Cheers, Ingrid and Walter

    Say “hi” to your parents and to Leonie!

  4. Great to see you met some nice friends Sol and it looks like fun riding your horse. Look forward to hearing more of your adventure stories.xo Penni

  5. Hallo Sol, habe kuerzlich mit Judy Deinen Film ueber die Olivenernte angeschaut. Das hast Du aber wirklich toll gemacht. Wenn wir jetzt unser Olivenoel (habe eine Flasche besonders gutes Oel geschenkt bekommen) im Salat geniessen, habe ich den Prozess genau vor Augen. Alles Gute weiterhin. Viel Spass beim Skifahren, aber bitte KEINE Hals- und Beinbrueche.
    Tschuess Irmgard, Paul, Judy

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