From 20 to 24 October 69 people visited us i Urle: 11 Lithuanians, 6 Latvians, 2 Germans and 50 Poles. The youngest participant – Marcel Chojnacki – was only one and a half year old! Some arrived for the whole meeting, some just for the bicycle trips. Others only on Saturday evening, whenwe reminded the routes of thisyear, watched videos, photos and also presented plans for the future.
The short summary of 2011.
We had two long BaltiCCycle expeditions. First one in New Zealand, the most remote corner of the earth in the history of our expeditions, was joined by 50 participants. Second one in Italy, also first time on our routes, was joined by 28. The biggest number of people was taking part in short CROTO-expedition in the Bieszczady mountains – 113. Next short CROTO-expedition, the circle around Iława, joined 83 people, and 75 people traveled with us around Świebodzice visiting the Sudetes. In total in 2011 we had 349 participants in our trips.
The persons who have traveled the longest time this year with us are:
1. Robert Laing (whole BC trips in New Zealand and Italy, short CROTO around Iława);
2. Urszula Jablońska (whole BC in New Zealand and 17 days in Italy, two short CROTO around Iława and the Sudetes);
3. Sigitas Kučas (whole BC in New Zealand and 8 days in Italy, two short CROTO around Iława and in the Sudetes).
Thank you for participation and the greatest thanks for coordinators of particular trips: Alison and Brian Walkers, Dariusz Rychlicki, Mieczyslaw Antonowicz, Saulius Prabulis, Janusz Solski and Krzysztof Zelek.