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Wanderschnecke

Wald und Rind

Wald und Rind

01:16
4.05 mi
3.2 mph
100 ft
100 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
127 yd
0.80 mi
1.45 mi
1.91 mi
Ne, jetzt kein Baum mehr.
Bimmelrind
2.51 mi
Nicht nur unterwegs mit einem Telefon von denen.
2.68 mi
2.68 mi
Früher war hier Moor; nun ist der ...
3.35 mi
3.71 mi
Auch hier stand mal Heide; nun ist die ...
4.05 mi
Destination

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Wanderschnecke went for a hike.

July 17, 2022

Comments

  • Wanderschnecke

    Before I have to work longer hours again, I wanted to go out into nature; next week it's not going to be possible in terms of time and temperature. Towards the end it clouded over a bit, but at the beginning it was very sunny. I also met the Bimmelrind again. It jingled to itself while chewing. I listened

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    • July 17, 2022

  • Andrea

    I don't think I've seen Bimmelrinder here yet... And I like the comparison with cheese, based on myself 😂😂

    Nice pictures shot with an apple

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    • July 17, 2022

  • Wanderschnecke

    @Andrea Yes, depending on the weather, I also used a Sonny to take a few pictures. The Bimmelrind has a bell around its neck. However, as the only one in the herd. It always tinkles when chewing the cud. I thought to myself back then that this must be a great diet; at some point the tinkling would certainly

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    • July 17, 2022

  • Nevsak

    keep rolling? Have you checked the speed profile? Round or not, others jog like that. Would be a good twist worm - I hate worms - at least the early ones and the ones that give me an offended look out of a plum, for example. Cherry worms can do that too. Back to the hike: bimmel cows are common in the

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    • July 19, 2022

  • Jonsi

    I think the wind turbines are great 👌 with us they often don't turn, or only alternately. Our electricity can't be that scarce and the operators still get their money 😚

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    • July 22, 2022

  • Wanderschnecke

    @Jonsi Yes, there are a few wind turbines here; then you will definitely like my highlight here komoot.de/highlight/711960

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    • July 25, 2022

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