Good day, my name is Uwe Stein from the Sport-Club Varel in Germany. We are one of the oldest rugby clubs in Germany and we are in Friesland based.. I am looking for a picture of a seal for our website. Since I'm on google on the picture “Seal spotted on the beach” from your photographer you Kenniphaas. Can you give me an email address for Mr. Kenniphaas?, so that I can contact him regarding a use of the image?
With best regards from Friesland
I answered yets by email.
Egmond '40 -'45 Foundation has received a few nice items.
Last week Ben Hopman was busy removing a fence around his pasture.
Coincidentally, at that moment Bart Oostindie came by and told Ben that the posts that held the barbed wire together originally came from the Second World War and were regularly used by the Germans for defense around bunkers..
Ben remembered that they did indeed come from the dunes. He has them himself 20 years ago from the old fire watch at De Kaap. Because just after the Second World War there was a lack of everything, a lot of German stuff was reused in those days. In this way, many of these barbed wire posts were given a second life. There are dozens more to be found in and around the Heilooërbos.
Ben said he was still looking for a good destination for his posts. And since Bart has the necessary connections at the Bunkermuseum Jansje Schong, located in Egmond aan Zee, the deal was quickly closed. This weekend, the handover took place where Martijn Visser and Mark de Vassy received the posts on behalf of the museum. Ben also gave some old shells that he had found on his land over the years. Including ammunition from an English Spitfire aircraft and a German Luger pistol. The bunker museum is very happy with these kinds of new acquisitions. If you are also in possession of items from the Second World War, they will gladly come (possibly anonymous) to pick up. You can email the Egmond '40 -'45 Foundation via [email protected] and call on 06 21 80 72 09 if you want to donate some!
Just a beautiful one, perfectly organized tour in the bakkumer dunes. If you get the opportunity to come here in the future, I would take it with both hands. Very professional, informative and even wonderful. Beautiful German frescoes, seen verses and photos as well as listening to beautiful stories! Chapeau to all involved volunteers who made this possible!
Vincent the young (via Facebook)
Fine webcam would be even better if it were set wider.
Good and fun was doable.
Nice, evening again entertained together. Tis again is something different from Facebook. Liberated ford view I think also works together with Ford Kijkduin which makes it even more fun.
Fun game was doable.
Good Food nice people
Nice page, i was happy to get to know there is a sportscafe in Egmond aan Zee, i Love FOX
Cozy hear a fresh new thing in Egmond live broadcasts sort delicious!
We are soon to 14. time since 1990 Egmond Aan Zee. It's beautiful there. Throughout the year, we look at the web cams and look forward to our next visit by (in June). Was not operate the Web Cams more ?? Greetings from Southern Germany, ———family Hiltscher [button link="#"]
And, damage. That's true, We can not do anything about it, the pavilion itself does that, normally the camera works again, when summer starts. Feel free, check out the other webcams on egmondonline.nl
Top restaurant and very cozy
Gallery ee kapberg is already 45 years of volunteer volunteers . The gallery is now also open on Friday afternoon. Incidentally, nice information about egmond asn den hoof
Lovely hotel to stay nice and close to the village and nice people
Hello, There is also a route for the elderly who are less able to walk or something?
Coziest café Egmond. With great food, good service and great cook.
Egmond is my second home. Front Street, fishmongers Dekker, Ice cream Pravisani, strand Welgelegen, the playground, the bradeie on Wednesday, memorable times..
During the annual flea market in Egmond aan de Hoef we happened upon this gem. Despite all the "fun stuff’ outside it was still also connect THE DISCOVERY DAG.En still the biggest mini library I've ever seen! Too bad I did not swap books with me. Also we'll be back to experience this with others even once. Thanks You!!
This morning was in Homestead Over Slot at toeval..gewoon because we cycled along and had some coffee. Despite other plans anyway as the museum viewed….much broader than intended. So we were fascinated by everything there was to see. Nature'…the art….ancient times….the rarities….and tasty coffee. I'll come back with one other group interested. About farmstead lock must continue and gain even more attention!! We have particularly enjoyed!
good evening, We are a group of 14 press. and want to know what it costs to attend a class / workshop power kiting. And there are other beach activities which provided by you as blow karting / yachting oid. Gr Annemarie
I have a Facebook page dedicated to the Derper vraauwtje created where you can post pictures made as a visitor your self in. Click here for the Facebook page
Dogs on leash on theand in the dunes