This is the nice view from the terrace of
the hotel restaurant: In the back, you can see a glimpse of the
The registration for the club event was
held in the library.
First of all, a quick view of a modern
...afterwards: time for an excellent
A very interesting exhibition called The Amish and
their roots was presented in this room, it shows a
lot of books, art works, toys, ... of the Amish.
In the late 17th century, the Amish emigrated to the United States
from the Bernese Oberland region. The name “Amish” stems from the
Baptist preacher, Jacob
So besides of our group of Swatch watch collectors, a lot of Amish
people from the US came for a visit of the Show Dairy, as a part of a
trip back to their roots...
Now it was time to learn something about
the traditional location (Küherstock) and about the traditional method
of cheese production:
this is the room where the cheese ages for up to two years (normally ~5 months)
Idda learns how to use the "cheese harp"
we all signed this label afterwards
the cheese is put in the form...
...and strongly pressed so that the water flows out of the form
the final result gets a number for later reference
Idda 'fights' back with the camera
On our way back from the dairy, we received
a nice little present...
... a special Be
Swiss cheese which tastes very well :-)
In the evening, we drove to the restaurant Chemihütte in Aschiried. Again, a beautiful view of the mountains and of the Thun Lake.
After a very tasty dinner, Skander
presented the Be Swiss special
packaging which was exclusively created for
this club event.
The nice red paper sleeve
contains the Touch Alarm Nostalgic Touch (STAF100C)
with a unique loop around the strap:
The special is limited to 80 pcs but only
50 pcs (= number of participants) were distributed at the event!
So the special is quite rare.
Henk seems to like the new special!
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