For a while we return to Kampen, where next to the harbour is the 'Schokker Monument'. The text of the explanation reads as follows: 'In memory of the former island of Schokland and its original inhabitants. In 1859 the inhabitants had to leave their island. A large part of them have settled in the Brunneke district of the city of Kampen. The arrival of the Schokkers was of great social and economic significance for the city of Kampen, especially for the Brunneke district. In particular, the fishing activity around this port at the time was almost entirely in the hands of the former Schokkers. (Statue 1991 - Norman Burkett) For Schokland see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schokland.
THIS WEEK'S STATISTICS
Engine ran during 5,3 (318 minutes) hours, Tuesday 4,3 (258 minutes), Friday 1,0 (60 minutes) hour.
Generator this week over 1,4 (84 minutes) hours.
Weather: summer is around the corner (we think).
to see you next week again!