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TUESDAY’S TANTALIZING TUSHY – AND CYCLING ALONG THE RIVER OURTHE FROM DURBUY

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With A Bicycle Along The River Ourthe

Above is the River Ourthe as it flows through Durbuy where once a watermill stood. From Durbuy there is a very good cycle path that runs along the river. I spent my last full day of holiday exploring the river and thought that I would show you some of the views that I saw.

There had not been much rain in August and September in Belgium and like most rivers, the Ourthe was a little low but still very pretty. Lets play “Spot The Little Devil” (my campervan), it is mostly hidden by a tree in this shot.

And on down the river, with my trusty folding steed.

That last view reminds me that I have to save my pennies for some sort of small river craft.

I broke off the trail at Bomal Sur Ourthe, in search of an ice cream and found this old building. Unfortunately it’s historic interior is no more. It is now for hire as holiday flats.

And that concludes my posting of holiday snaps from my September tour. I hope that you enjoyed them.

Prefectdt

7 responses »

  1. Very nice pic Prefectdt.

    Wow, what beautiful photos! I have enjoyed your holiday snaps, such beautiful places you visited with rich history. Thank you for sharing these with us.

    Hugs
    Roz

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  2. Pref,

    What beautiful scenery. You must have loved cycling along the river. I enjoyed them. Thank you for sharing.

    Love,
    Ronnie
    xx

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    • I did Ronnie. feel that I am lucky to be living in a country where so many rivers and canals have cycle paths running along them and even those that don’t usually have a walking path. I hope to visit more rivers and canals, in the future.

      Prefectdt

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  3. Lovely photos. Nice that you can travel, and not locked down, but that is probably coming in the future.
    bottoms up
    Red

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