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Mountains to climb

An early lunch was in order, and the ’Snack des sapins’ cabin looked just the place. A couple of pain au chocolat for breakfast would not be enough to comfortably reach Col de la Schlucht, at over 3,200 feet the highest point of the European section of the expedition.

Snack des sapins

It was Seige’s place. He wondered if I was on my way back to England. Sort of, I explained. I told him about my venture. I’d ordered hamburger and medium frites – what arrived was half a baguette filled with beef burgers, almost hidden by the frites piled on top. There was more than one mountain to be climbed that day….

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