They are great memory shots and I thank Roland for them.
So here they are:
|We're disembarking from a trip on the famous Paddlesteamer DS Blümlisalp|
where we had lunch during a cruise on the Lake of Thun.
To see more of the DS Blümlisalp, watch the video at the end.
|While in Thun, Roland organised for us to climb into the Church Tower to|
inspect the bells we used to ring on Sundays during our high school days.
|Diane and friend Helen posed in the castle yard with the Aussie Flag.|
|This is the statue of Fuhlehung, the court jester who terrorises the|
children of Thun during a weekend in September every year.
You need to be from Thun to appreciate that.
|Diane and Paul waiting for dinner at the Hotel Seegarten in Spiez.|
|Roland organised a few of the other school mates to come and meet with us|
while we were in Spiez.
|Diane's late brother David and his wife Ann came over from London|
so spend a week with us in Spiez on the Lake of Thun.
|Helen and Carol during lunch on the DS Blümlisalp on the Lake of Thun.|
Carol also flew in from London to be with us.
|Paul, Carol and Bill admiring the steam engine on the DS Blümlisalp.|
Roland even convinced the Captain of the vessel to let me go down
into the engine room to film, something which is not usually allowed.
|Diane and Helen in the port of Interlaken on the DS Blümlisalp.|
|The traveling group: (f.l.t.r)|
Helen, Diane, Paul, Bill and Carol
(All pictures by Roland)
To see more of this fabulous Paddlesteamer including the engine room, watch this short video below:
(Film by Bill Bohlen)