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Once again we're gathered around the TV at an ungodly hour of the a.m. here on the
West Coast to watch the Tour.

It started in Belgium this year and although we've been to Antwerp and Brussels many
moons ago we've never had any desire to go back to the Low(est) Country - until now.

Liege and Tounai look enchanting and the countryside seems to overflow with castles.
Of course, it helps that the weather is summerish (I was there in a wet dismal October)
but we may just take a break from the Med. areas and wander through the Benelux
based solely on what we've seen so far in the Tour.

Oh, and, GO RYDER!

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