Chris Goes to Poland

At the beginning of summer, Chris went to Bydgoszcz, Poland (read like bydajflagkfjd. Pronounced like “bid-gosh”) for work.

“Chris, do you have anything to say about Poland?”
“Poland is…..Poland.”

And with that vivid word painting, here are some photos of a very Poland-ish Poland.

 

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3 Responses
  1. Tamara says:

    Poland looks like a beautiful country from the photos you’ve taken. What is the significance of the locks on the fence?

    Did you do much eating of the local foods? Anything in particular you liked?

    Love ya lots,
    Mom

  2. Dad says:

    Ho hum. Just another beautiful and historic European country. It’s an ugly job but somebody has to do it :). We just went to Idaho and all I have to say is “Idaho was …Idaho.” Love you guys! Dad

  3. Chris says:

    I actually thought the locks on the fence were unique to that bridge in Poland, but apparently it’s a worldwide practice. Something like a lover’s bridge. Instead of carving your names in a tree you write your names on a lock and lock it to the bridge. :)

    I did eat while I was there… but nothing I could peg to being local. The last time I was there I went out and experienced some local foods, but it wasn’t very memorable. Sorry =/

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