This old town has many interesting features. I like the sundial on the shadow side of the house.
This old town stil has an intact gate from the 14th century. The town got it’s city rights in 1299. Notice the green awnings on the right side. Here is a wonderful chocolaterie with a magnificent display in the window.
Treetop. What more can I say?
Actually, it’s not a mystery office. It’s the townhall of Oldebroek. It looks mysterious to me.
Having dinner with a close and dear friend.
The place where they are planning to build the horrible Groninger Forum building is now a sandpit. That’s better, I think, than the Forum itself.
Swedish round knäckebröd with a hole in the middle.
It’s clearing up and there’s even a slight rainbow above Helwerd.
The sugar factory in Hoogkerk has started up it’s engines and the first smell of cooking sugarbeets has been noticed.