The third part of het Walk in the Netherlands started with a visit in Nijmegen and a meeting at Huib Wijterburg’s place with colleagues and homeopathic doctors from his different study groups. He presented a patient whom he is treating for many years, and despite some progress and the satisfaction of the patient, the breakthrough has not happened yet. This is the fate of many Nosode cases, people whose Vital Disturbance match a bacterial or viral origin. We tend to narrow the application of nosodes to physical complaints, clinical prescriptions, epidemics or miasm clearance. That is bad news for the constitutional Nosode cases, who usually have unending physical complaints but never get their similimum. It was an interesting day for all to get acquainted with the characteristics of the Nosode kingdom, which are not difficult to recognize, once you know what to look for.

Friday the 7th the weather was even worse than the foreEXIF_IMGcast predicted; this wasn’t only snowing, this was a snow storm!

Luckily Huib and his wife do winter sports and have all the right gear. I ended up with all the clothes I’ve taken for the trip, my head wrapped in two woolen shawls, a plastic cape on top of the rug sack and everything, snow mittens and a pair of snow glasses. Maybe I looked like a walking glass container but it kept me warm and dry. And I was happy to walk these 20 kilometers with Huib and share the experience! It literally snowed all day, which is really exceptional. The scenery was spectacular; that’s why I thought pictures would tell more than words.

Jan Roks decided to join me today. When we took off at the motel, where I stayed last night, it was minus 9 degrees. But the world looked like a fairy tale: everything white, the rivers and meadows steaming in the morning light. My painful knees were happy to be supported by walking sticks, a novelty for me. Without Jan and/or his sticks I wouldn’t have made it today. But ‘with a little help from a friend’ the impossible becomes possible.