I had promised to show you a bit more of the fairy-tale-like village where we live in the Dutch province of Friesland or Fryslân as it’s called in their own Frisian language. Today is a beautiful day, so here is the coverage! I also made some pictures so you have an idea of the countryside here and of what we are going to lose if the Dutch government succeeds in chasing half of the farmers.
The strangest of all things is the fact that in this province here, Friesland, they have the most cows of the country. What is also said, is that cows so-called emit so much nitrogen. Well, Friesland is the place with most cows AND least nitrogen! If you visit this page and scroll halfway, you will see a picture that shows you the amount of nitrogen from 2013 until 2021. In the north of the country there is almost no nitrogen and it has already become a lot less during the last about 8 years. So why the farmers need to leave … not because of the “climate”or the pollution of our environment by cows, but in order to build new houses for even more immigrants without any future here and in order to ruin economy and civilisation of the Netherlands. Anyway, this s what Friesland looks like today!
This is the – I think only – chestnut tree in town!
Today thare are a lot of cars everywhere, because it’s Sunday and people have family coming over. An old Dutch custom it is.
In Beetgumermolen there is no supermarket or even a grocery store. There is only a butchery and a bakery. But you can buy lingerie here in this wonderful old Dutch shop.
And if you love these gorgeous estates, here is just one out of many in Beetgumermolen!
The rest of the village is to be seen in the report underneath! If the people would have been just a bit nicer, I could have interviewed someone, but unfortunately most Frisians are rigid and frozen people. So I show you the beauty of the place without words.
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