The spark from Gérard jumped immediately: komoot.de/tour/199498833 was so great, I just had to imitate it.
Börnicke is not so sleepy. The museum on the estate, events and celebrations, the petting zoo / farm at the castle. The castle is now privately owned, which means that access to the castle garden is apparently blocked. You definitely couldn't get in from the direction of Gut. The storks greeted me with their clatter, I haven't heard in a long time. The table garden smells wonderful right now, they have a lot of flowers there.
On the way to Helenenau, the scent of elder flowers and horse manure accompanies you. The grain on the side of the path caresses the calves. The floor is covered with fallen robinia petals. And summer smells through it. That dry heat. Helenenau herself is in a little sleep.
Through forest and grain fields to Seefeld. Keeped pigs keep reminding me of this sow husbandry. And if you find a bag of McDonalds on the side of the path ... arghh.
The path around the lake captivates with very different views: land, bathing areas, pastures, fields, water and wet areas.
Unfortunately there are no places between Seefeld and Birkholz. These old connecting streets still have something.
Birkholz: the church without a tower. The village, which is bought up bit by bit by the owner of the dairy farm, where you can get district heating from the biogas production and which still has a real country butchery. Oh, not to forget the model airfield.
Here again newly planted oaks and hedge strips.
Birkenhöhe always comes like an allotment garden and has nothing to offer except houses.
Bernau - still bacon belt thanks to S-Bahn and regional connection. The old town unfortunately gutted very strongly in the east, but the few contemporary witnesses fit in quite well. The city, like Berlin, is becoming denser and expanding.
Old LPG routes then lead back to Börnicke. Maybe you can at least partially walk through the castle park at the end, I had neither time nor leisure for experiments.
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