Back home - when the weather is unstable and headwind, the pedals come into your hands and the long favorite route rushes along the Isar and through the forest. There were a few short photo stops just before the end, especially at the old water tower in Unterhaching. The last two photos on the Haidgraben are slowly becoming my favorite motif. The clouds are just too cool ...
2 days ago
Use the provisional completion of a challenging project product in the morning for a small local sightseeing jaunt.As the neighboring community of Ottobrunns, Taufkirchen has a completely different appearance. Huge areas, which are used not only for grain fields, but also for flower and wet meadows, lie between the seemingly scattered districts. The area in and around the town center is characterized by the parish church of St. John the Baptist and the Hachinger Bach, but also by the extensive sports center and the S-Bahn line. You won't find a venerable town hall - it dates from 1974, the neighboring cultural center "Ritter-Hilprand-Hof" from 1988.I particularly liked the small adventure biotope near the sports park, with an exceptionally large number of butterflies, but also everyday situations such as the asphalt stick shooters at the Haus des Sports. You can't help but smile at the entrance sign to the boys' club.
3 days ago
After the larger full-day excursion yesterday, a local relaxation round today. For a long time again explored the Ottobrunner Parkfriedhof. Even if he cannot keep up with the special flair of many old venerable cemeteries that are everywhere, he exudes a special atmosphere. It is not that easy to describe.The cemetery is still relatively young (approx. 40 years) and there are large completely free areas - large meadows that are only mowed twice a year and therefore appear "wild". The occupied parts make a very neat, tidy and therefore modern impression, which nevertheless remains natural or close to nature. Many gravestones are obviously special one-offs. The wealth of the population is also reflected here. On the western side there is a grove for burials under trees, which you can walk along shaded.The rest of the way led us to more profane things, especially our beloved ice cream parlor, today with a particularly long queue ... ;-)
5 days ago
Family-friendly adventure tour under the Karwendel range, where we combine the arrival of new hiking shoes with the urban Bavarian combination of mountain panoramas and idyllic lakes. Cooling your feet in the Geroldsee, bathing in the Barmsee and in the great forest pool in the Grubsee is accompanied by a distant view of Höllentalferner and Zugspitze. In addition, some training in navigation skills in a pathless section between Sonnenhof and Geroldsee.
6 days ago
One of my standard routes, but I haven't driven in a long time. Fantastic cycling weather today!The crowds bustle at the weir and cable walkway - there is little to be seen of Corona. Apparently, drivers still have to get used to the new stand-up cycle path on Rosenheimer Straße, as well as the longer queues in front of the cars.For a long time I wanted to pay a visit to the bridge over the Hachinger Bach on Nabburger Straße. 20 years ago I cycled here almost every day and discovered this little hidden place. It has lost none of its charm.Finally, we went past the old place of work of the university in Neubiberg. It's a shame that my alma mater is now completely isolated and is no longer accessible even to former students.
June 24, 2020
Comfortable family bike tour on the longest weather of the year, which is rather mixed with weather, with two "Ott" playgrounds, the adventure playground in Otterloh and the playground at the St. Otto Church in Ottobrunn. The Otterloh playground can be considered a real recommendation!
June 21, 2020
What could be better than an extensive forest run after 11 hours of desk maloche? Add 107 minutes of Queen songs from '39 from 1975 to Small with Paul Rodgers from 2008.Well, you could take it a little shorter or hike the route or do a bike ride ... Anyway, I was really upset today, and now I'm really broken ...
June 18, 2020