Wednesday, 31 July 2013

This is what our toy looks like.

The bike is sorted!

This is from the hire company in UK. Photo to follow.

Hi Terry
Great to finally speak to you. £200.00 taken on your card so the bike is reserved for you.I'll get a photo for you at a later date.
Regards John.
Just a little bit exciting.

Sent from my GT-I9305T

Tuesday, 30 July 2013

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Hello friends

First, we've finally got everything working (we think) so won’t be spamming you anymore, for now at least.

Secondly, if you want to keep up to date with us via auto emails there's 2 choices.

Instant emails - you get everything as we post it.  While we certainly feel your love, remember we will be on the other side of the world, and understand that you may not want to be woken all times of the night.

The other option is one email every 24 hours containing all our stuff from the day before, which will arrive between 9 and 11 am EST. We suggest this is a much more sleep friendly option.

So if you want an email subscription please leave a comment on the blog (or get us by email, phone etc) and let us know your preferred method. Or, if you follow the "subscribe" link on the left, you'll get the once a day option.

Of course you could just look out for our random Facebook or twitter (@terryjanelleeur) posts as well.

Thanks for your patience in getting this all set up.

32 days and counting!


Saturday, 27 July 2013

New amazing look thanks to Dave

It's so cool having a graphic artist in the family.
A little tweaking by Dave and everything looks so much better now.
And a perfect opportunity to test the newest email additions too!
And we love comments. Go for it.

Friday, 26 July 2013

Planned route. Brugge to Berlin

Isn't local knowledge an amazing thing! 

Thanks to Chris from my work, we not only have nutted out how we're crossing the continent, it turns out that both Spa and Nurburgring are on the way after all.

A big highlight will also be a circuit around the Eder Dam made famous by the Dam Busters raid in WW2

This leg should take 4 or 5 days, having us arrive in Berlin in time for a little celebrating.

The purple line is our intended track.