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Le sentier de l'écureuil

Au-dessus de Husseren les châteaux, le sentier de l’écureuil relie les “trois châteaux” au château du “hohlandsbourg”. Le parcours ne présente pas de difficultés (quelques petites montées) et se fait uniquement en sous-bois. 145 more words

Two quiet Cols: Oderen and Bramont

Compared with the bustle and activity in the better known areas of the former frontier, the Col de Bramont and the Col d’Oderen are very still. 681 more words


Illfurth German War Cemetery, Vosges

There are a large number of German First World War cemeteries in the Vosges area of the Western Front, many of them containing original features or even contemporary headstones. 107 more words

WW1 Battlefields

Frizztext's A toZ challenge: L is for Lutzelbourg

Time for Frizztext’s A to Z Challenge…..this week it’s ‘L’

L from my travels could be for London, Leipzig, Lindau, Laon, Lourmarin, Lippizer, Lucca, Locorotondo, Lembach….. 187 more words


The Plateau of 1000 ponds.

The plateau of 1000 ponds is a territory of 220km² composed of poor soils and wetland. This territory is situated at the limit of the department of Vosges (88) and the North of the Haute-Saône (70). 255 more words


Rothau to Saint-Blaise-la-Roche

Last Friday I set off for a long-overdue solo tramp in the Vosges. I chose walk no. 24 – Le Ban de la Roche – in my favorite Vosges guide: … 833 more words


it was in the stars

Hiiiii readers.

I am currently cozied up in a Northern Texas based hotel room, attempting to knock out several articles before their Thursday evening deadline. Despite the motivation provided by someone else’s sweater and a guerilla margarita, I’ve been taking several small breaks to catch up with… 637 more words