Mobile Geriatrics' Guestbook

26th July 2019

Hi, arrived at Gdansk today after spending a night in Lithuania and a night at the Wolf's Lair open air museum in Poland. We are "wild camping" in a car park opposite the WW2 museum, overlooking the river and can see the big wheel and the bridge that opens up to let the bid boats through - watching them go by. 10 minute stroll to the o!d town. We have been in and had lunch at a riverside cafe and are going back tonight. Lots to see and do, weather is good, we like it. Will probably stay for 2 nights. Thanks for your info. Hope the mini cruise went well, guess you are now in Germany heading for Calais. All the best. Linda & Graham
From Blog: Gdansk
10th June 2018

Welcomed to Bristol
Roger and Wendy, It was delightful to meet you yesterday at the Underfall Yard. This chance encounter was exactly the reason I so much enjoy volunteering and I was intrigued by the description of the extent of your travels, as well as by Wendy’s extensive genealogical/medical researches. I’ve been browsing your blog and comparing notes with some of the (rather few) places which we too have visited. I am hugely impressed by the extent and variety of your travels and find them inspiring. Perhaps I should dust off my own plans for the long-postponed trip from northern Sweden to Istanbul. I trust that you managed to get back to the site in time for the deadline, and that your onward journey has taken you to somewhere interesting. In wishing you “bonne route” I wonder whether, perhaps, we might meet again in some corner of a foreign field (with due apologies to Rupert Brooke) Best wishes Richard Harrison
9th May 2016

Bloggers site
Not sure if I have got to join something to follow your trip. Don't think managed to on your last trip. Have wonderful time. Joan and Tony
16th November 2015

Great Blog!
Says it all. Thanks to both of you, as always, for your company and sense of humour.
8th October 2014

Hello Grey Nomads!
Hi Roger & Wendy I really enjoyed our dinner & chat. I love your blog. Happy travels and I'll check in every now & then to see what you are up to. Keep up the roving! Take care. Mary ?
From Blog: Leaving Crete
13th June 2013

Been watching your progress from time to time. Seems to be a terrific trip and reminds me of all the things that draw me back to Europe every few years. Regards Ian
1st June 2011

News from Cofton
Hi Roger and Wendy, Makes me feel jealous reading your news. The sunset looks spectacular. We are all fine. Eleanor's AS levels have finished so she's celebrating! Just wanted to let you know that tomorrow I'm taking the funeral of Pat Bird at St. Michael's. Recent years have been a real struggle so it is a mercy that the end had come. No doubt it will be a packed church. Other sad news is that Ruth Lennox's dad was killed last night - a cycling accident involving a lorry. Not yet sure of details but a big shock. Makes you realise we need to make the most of every day - just as you are doing! With our love. Rob
From Blog: Around Ajaccio
24th April 2011
Obersee and Rothbachfall

Beautiful pics , i was stationed in europe in the army in the 80's and enjoyed this area when i was over there brings back great memories
From Blog: Konigsee
17th October 2010

Great views
Hi, It must be quite something to have a meeting of motorhomes in Brittany. I so love this part of France it's my absolute favourite and as we will be finished work for the season today (Sunday 16th Oct) we might be passing though ourselves before too long. Regards Di and Pete
6th October 2009

Enjoying your blog, your looking well and the scenery is superb. Pat
From Blog: Avignon
5th June 2007

Thanks for pointing out error which I have now corrected. The entry was done late at night after several glasses of wine! Hope you enjoy your Murvi as much as we have. But don't damage it like I did.
From Blog: At Chapelle
3rd June 2007

Can't find
Looking to buy Murvi next year and spend time in Europe. Sorry can't find Evoir on Lac Leman is it Yvoire?
From Blog: At Chapelle
16th May 2007

Well Done
We are enjoying following your progress. Sorry to hear about the damage to the van but as long as you are O.K. - that's the important thing. Good luck for the rest of your trip.

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