Europe, 1963

We stopped at the side of the road in Lichtenstein, and this is the first picture that I took of (from left to right – which puts them in reverse alphabetic order) Gary, Dave, and Bill, as well as of the Citroën deux Chevaux that they’d bought in Belgium at the start of their European tour. The BBC has described Lichtenstein as “a tiny, doubly-landlocked country tucked away between Austria and Switzerland”. The Principality of Lichtenstein is only 61 square miles / 160 square kilometres in area, and even now has a population of less than 40,000.