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11 June 2007


I used the time I spent at their place to buy some wine at my favourite vineyard and to take walks along the ocean beach and into the woods before leaving for Spain.

One day my sister-in-law went by a “truck shop”: a large truck that carries all kinds of general supplies.Because the countryside population is disappearing, the shops of course also disappear. When those who are left must shop, they usually have to drive over fifty kilometers to the nearest stores, which for this area is a lot. Not even fifteen years ago would you be able to find anything you needed within your own town. Not anymore. So now they come with these trucks to provide the people with their needs. This includes perishable foods: fish, meat, and now also bread.

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