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Saturday, February 06, 2010


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Hi Tim,
I guess the name of the river is Limmat and the statue you saw was the Alfred Escher Statue (built in 1889). Escher was a famous swiss polition, industrialist and jurist.
What a pitty that the weather was so bad, but to be honest we had also not so nice weather in Italy. The pictures I've put on the blog with the sun where taken on one morning - the rest was foggy as well.
The cold you had I now have and Katie as well - the only one who still is in beautiful condition is our little sunshine. We've played two hours with his railroad today - I absolutely will call him a destroyer from now on. But anyway he had fun and that is the most important thing. I'm happy to hear that Jodi is feeling better. When I look at my ankle I think it still is thicker than the other - and my accident was more than 20 years ago.

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