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Lost in Transit

No matter how bleak a situation looks, I tend to believe that everything will somehow work out in the end. Although this optimistic philosophy often works in my favor, sometimes fate decides to take different (and less ideal) turns. 575 more words

Thursday's Special: Traces of the Past 03: The Gradation House at Bad Dürkheim

I’m sure we’ve all heard tales of the salt mines in Russia. Part of my husband’s youth was sliding on a hessian sack into the salt mines in Austria. 308 more words

Irene Waters

Vater Rhein

Lange Zeit sperrte ich mich gegen einen Artikel zum Thema Rhein aber so langsam komme ich wohl nicht mehr drum herum. Mittlerweile war ich oder besser gesagt wir, denn Stefan war eigentlich jedes Mal dabei, einige Male an diesem großen Gewässer. 990 more words


Anrudern (Opening of the Spring Rowing Season)

The first day of “spring” rowing felt more late winter. It was cold and gray and slightly rainy. But May 1st is a holiday in Germany and a great party day for our rowing club. 623 more words



Christian and I have been hiking our way along the Rheinsteig. The Rheinsteig is a hiking trail (320KM) that goes from Bonn to Wiesbaden and follows the Rhein. 202 more words