For years, AdventureRider has given me a lot of pleasure. It is time for me to say thank you with a first small report. My name is Peter and I have always lived in Switzerland. In tiny Switzerland, there are four official languages: German, French, Italian and Rhaeto-Romanic. My mother tongue is German. After my grandfather ceased the farming, I transformed the haystack into a privat workshop for small mopeds. I allways loved to decompose engines, but my first passion was connected with numbers (My grandmother teached me to check the change in a shop when I was 5 year old). 30 years ago, I bought my first Honda XRV 650 AfricaTwin (RD03) by chance from a student who had left for Canada after graduating from a Swiss engineering school (EPFL). Over time, I discovered that even with a heavy enduro, you can try out a lot of things off-road. In the meantime, I have destroyed 5 XRV 650s in winter and off-road use. I currently have 2 working examples and an XRV 750 (RD04). Unfortunately, I judge my own country to be enduro hell. I lump the neighbouring German-speaking countries into the same category. France and Italy, on the other hand, are enduro heaven for me. So there are always trips to the enduro-friendly countries. I am often accompanied by my long-time buddy Volker, who has been riding Honda Transalp 600V for about 30 years. But now, after my chatter, it's time for the report.