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Unfortunately, we currently call The Netherlands our home.This country is as flat as a pancake with their highest peak at 322 metres (1,058 ft).For my Colorado born mountain biker this means he has been borderline depressed since the day he got off the plane.And we are forever spending weekends away in neighbouring countries with hills.Being German I judge cars by their ability to handle themselves well on our limitless Autobahn, while my boyfriend is all about cargo space.Finding a car that fulfils both criteria comes with a price tag, this leads to the I-could-buy[name a bike part of your choice]-for-that-instead-dilemma.#6 Christmas/Birthdays and any other occasion that require a gift will be no-brainers He is like a pre-schooler when it comes to any celebration that involves gifts.His Christmas wish list is pretty much just an adult version of our sons list.
Anyway, this is all water under the bridge, we have in the meantime started a family, moved houses twice, had a bike stolen two days after he got it, have bought and sold no less than 6 mountain bikes and gone on numerous holidays together.
More in a there-will-always-be-three-of-us-in-this-relationship-kind a way. When I visited his shoebox size studio apartment for the first time, I noticed that he had a wardrobe bigger than mine.
This made me suspicious, as did the fact that when he grabbed a new T-shirt he did not open the massive wardrobe to grab one, but got the shirt out of a drawer.
When we go on holiday (when I say we I obviously mean him, myself, our son AND at least one member of his bike collection) we look like we are moving.
Before our son was born everyone warned me that going on holiday would now involve tons of baby gear, let me tell you this is nothing, compared with taking the bike box , helmet, gear and Go Pro equipment.