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My hovercraft is full of herrings.

After the TGV is finished, it is now also fully equipped – I received the package with tent pegs for the TGV yesterday, since we don’t have enough pegs to pitch both our old tent and the TGV (a situation that will occur regularly when I’m not going to a market on my own). In addition to that, the old pegs were made by the Most Patient Man, myself and another friend in a joint venture of having a go at “blacksmithing”, in a tiny little old museum-esque smithy and out of relatively soft, cheap material. Which let us end up with pegs that are functioning well enough on normal ground – earth with not too many stones or gravel in it – but not very well on really hard ground.

Hence I ordered tent pegs from our blacksmith of trust – and now they are here, and beautiful, and with hardened tips. Hooray!

(By the way: Full points for you and your German skills if you find out why the title to this post is “my hovercraft is full of herrings”.)

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