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Ten Boer Things to Do

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    by nighthawk Updated Oct 8, 2010

    If ever you might get lost in my neck of the woods, do not hesitate to contact me ... we might be able to hook up and I then could show you around ....

    Do bring your bicycle though ;-) for I have no longer a car ... kidding of course, there s buses, trains, a car to lend ... or your car if you bring one! haha

    Anything is possible .. as long as it is reasonable :-).

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Ten Boer Restaurants

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    by nighthawk Written Feb 3, 2012

    Both restaurants are pretty good, so I am told. So make your own choice.

    De buren (The Neighbours) are down to earth, fun and you can feel at ease. Next to the restaurant there is a snackbar, take away or eat there.

    Eten en Drinken (Food and Beverage) is recently renewed, it is somewhat more fancy than it colleague across the street.

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Ten Boer Transportation

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    by nighthawk Written Feb 3, 2012

    Ten Boer is situated along the N360, the main road from Groningen to Delfzijl, and vice versa.
    One can either reach Ten Boer by car, bicycle, bus or boat.

    When on the bicycle there is a path that runs along the N360, not to pleasant to cycle on, so try to find the little path that runs through the countryside, it is about a good 500 m. to the north.

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Ten Boer Local Customs

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    Sunrays

    by nighthawk Written Dec 17, 2006

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    One day, late in the afternoon, I saw these sunrays, all I had to do was to open my front door and snap ... the positive thing of living rural: not too many building that can block the sun!

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Ten Boer Favorites

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    Farm

    by nighthawk Written Dec 17, 2006

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    Favorite thing: Go out for a bicycle ride and watch agricultural life go downhill: farmers with but a small farm cannot survive always. Or they have to sell of their land so houses can be built where once their cattle grazed.

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