MOOW 2K7 – The Miracle Express

Marco Gralike

It’s the day before Miracle Oracle Open World 2007. Tomorrow the (Dutch) Miracle Express will leave and will make its way from Garderen to Lalandia, Denmark. Hopefully arriving with all its Dutch passengers still intact and conscious after a long trawl on the Dutch, German and Danish highways to find its final destination, Miracle Oracle Open World

 

It (the Miracle Express) all started with an email from Anjo Kolk with the idea to hire a coach. This coach would travel with its 10, 15 Dutch MOOW participants to Lalandia. Long story short, to hire a complete coach with a driver would be too expensive (the driver waiting for days doing nothing and all…), so tomorrow we will leave, probably, with 2 small coaches / busses with Anjo and maybe Carel Jan Engel as our drivers (?).

Instructions of Anjo Kolk were sent to us Dutch participants with the following remarks (mind the humor):

  • We will leave from Garderen between 11:00 and 11:03 (so not 30).
  • Your welcome from 09:30, it will make no sense to bring a lot of baggage. Mind your (swimming) shorts, not to small, it has to be fun for us all. A towel could be useful.
  • We will have a break regularly (one stop somewhere on the way and afterwards in Lalandia), so bring along some empty bottles.
  • We will return on Sunday between 11:00 and 12:00. So we should be back in Garderen between 17:00 and 19:00, depending on the elderly Germans on the German Autobahn that could make things difficult.

My mind is not yet really set on the event; lots of stressed stuff or last minute things to do, but reading (again) the content of the e-mail, I am really looking forward to it.

Clicking the Google Map URL regarding the address of Lalandia in Rødby, Denmark, I start wondering, if the shorts would be a failback scenario if we don’t make the crossing…

The agenda can be found here: Miracle Oracle Open World 2007  

 

"Hals- und Beinbruch", as the Germans would say… Wishing us Dutchies safe passage.

 

Smiley

 

It’s the day before Miracle Oracle Open World 2007. Tomorrow the (Dutch) Miracle Express will leave and will make its way from Garderen to Lalandia, Denmark. Hopefully arriving with all its Dutch passengers still intact and conscious after a long trawl on the Dutch, German and Danish highways to find its final destination, Miracle Oracle Open World

 

It (the Miracle Express) all started with an email from Anjo Kolk with the idea to hire a coach. This coach would travel with its 10, 15 Dutch MOOW participants to Lalandia. Long story short, to hire a complete coach with a driver would be too expensive (the driver waiting for days doing nothing and all…), so tomorrow we will leave, probably, with 2 small coaches / busses with Anjo and maybe Carel Jan Engel as our drivers (?).

Instructions of Anjo Kolk were sent to us Dutch participants with the following remarks (mind the humor):

  • We will leave from Garderen between 11:00 and 11:03 (so not 30).
  • Your welcome from 09:30, it will make no sense to bring a lot of baggage. Mind your (swimming) shorts, not to small, it has to be fun for us all. A towel could be useful.
  • We will have a break regularly (one stop somewhere on the way and afterwards in Lalandia), so bring along some empty bottles.
  • We will return on Sunday between 11:00 and 12:00. So we should be back in Garderen between 17:00 and 19:00, depending on the elderly Germans on the German Autobahn that could make things difficult.

My mind is not yet really set on the event; lots of stressed stuff or last minute things to do, but reading (again) the content of the e-mail, I am really looking forward to it.

Clicking the Google Map URL regarding the address of Lalandia in Rødby, Denmark, I start wondering, if the shorts would be a failback scenario if we don’t make the crossing…

The agenda can be found here: Miracle Oracle Open World 2007

 

Hals- und Beinbruch“, as the Germans would say… Wishing us Dutchies safe passage.

 

 

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