Just back from a nice little holiday in France. We stomped the Cantal in search of megalithic sites. And we indeed have stumbled upon some beautifully located dolmens and menhirs. But in the end, the most surprising menhir was in Hollain, almost on the frontier between Belgium and France. It’s called the stone of Brunehault. Seemingly 35.000 years old.
Today the rehearsals of TANSTAAFL start in Mechelen with Casco Phil conducted by Ben Haemhouts. Saturday will be the first performance. PerformanceS even, for the big piece, lasting more than 40 minutes, will be played three times. I think there are still some tickets available for the last performance at 5:30 PM.
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Reading the little text above, I have the feeling that checking out the places and events close to home will be our goal for holidays next year. Making a piece about climate change and then traveling 800 km in a hired car… what a paradox, no?
It’s a promise, Iris and I will come to the Bijloke site with our bike Saturday :-). Hope to meet you there too!