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Ciclismo in Italia 2012

"Era la bici, che dato senso alla mia vita." (Mario Cipollini, corsa ciclista italiano)

"Es war das Fahrrad, das meinem Leben einen Sinn gab" (Mario Cipollini, italienischer Radrennfahrer)

"It was the bicycle which gave a meaning to my life" (Mario Cipollini, Italian racing cyclist)

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Manfred Tinebor

A Predappio Alta

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Taken: March 29, 2012
Uploaded: April 01, 2012
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  • Carolynd411 (Private)
    10 years 4 months ago
    My dearest Manfred--Because so many regions of Europe are mountainous and/or full of rocks, do they find it necessary to use dynamite to clear the land for building sights and/or farmland, etc.? This process often has to be performed here in Ottawa, as well as the surrounding areas because there are so many large boulders in our area.  In fact, when I had my back deck built, I thought they were going to have to use dynamite. Instead, they brought in a backhoe and spent several hours trying to remove one huge rock so they could install the appropriate posts and other supplies for my deck. Many of us homeowners who were not from Ontario and/or Canada never realized how rocky our soil was, nor how prone we were to earthquakes. I experienced my first earthquake about two years ago. It was frightening; and I hope I never have to go through another such experience. Once is more than enough!
    Luv ya bunches!
    Sweet Caroline
    • Manfred Premium user Germany (Private)
      10 years 4 months ago
      In my youth I did a holiday trip by the car. At night I slept in the car. One night I woke because somebody shook the car from the outside. With a dingbat I jumped out of the car. ...but there nobody was! 
      Few minutes later I heard by the car radio that there an earthquake had been.  :-)
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