Hiking Highlight (Segment)
Wanderin 🥾🐞🌲 and Huebenbaecker went for a hike.
May 20, 2020
Today hike the city, Rothenburgsort and Moorfleet.We did not know the water art so far, but will definitely come again when it is open to visitors again.The filter system was decommissioned in 1990 and the 22 water basins with their slide houses were left to nature. A few years ago, a small part of the site was opened to the public. Most of the area is still fenced and reserved for nature and animals. The valve houses can therefore only be inspected up close during opening hours (Tue-Sun in April-October 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., November-March 10 a.m. to 5 p.m .; info: wasserkunst-hamburg.de). Otherwise you have a nice view of the area from the opposite dike.The island of Kaltehofe is practically car-free, as the cars can only drive to the water park's parking lot.
Nice tour ... great pictures!The clothesline picture is just great 😀
You want to slip in spontaneously 🤢
I was talking more about the motif ... not the assumed comfort 🤔😂
First thanks for the info. 🙏🏻There is a lot to see on your tour, again documented with great pictures. 👌🏻But the best thing is the clothesline. 😁 The underpants are really lovely. 🤣
Everything from Kaltehofe to cold trousers - wonderful 👍
Thank you three. Now the sun is slowly setting, if you want, you can take off the laundry - nice evening.
The last picture with the clothesline is simply great🤭🤭🤭👍, you don't see that often these days, use all dryers that use a lot of electricity 😟😟 ...
@ Knut Ursula: you're right. But it still works in the country. Many people simply don't have the space. Fortunately we do (come from the prairie). And laundry that comes from outside smells much fresher. We have not had a dryer, but recently a 10 kWp solar system on the roof. Now we use the 🌞
Great pictures 👍. At our neighbor such great parts hang on a leash 😂😁
Thank you very much, Stefanie. Then the world is still in order with you 🙂
May 21, 2020