Sowohl wandernd als auch mit dem Fahrrad unterwegs.
Radtouren meist im nahegelegenen wahlheimatlichen baden-württembergischen Stromberg-Heuchelberggebiet. Zum Wandern geht es auch mal weiter weg...
Immer wieder auf der Suche nach den kleinen verborgenen Schätzen und geschichtlichen Zusammenhängen.
There is a lot to discover in the Hochholz Forest - burial mounds (not easy to find), planets (easy to find along the way), lake (you almost stumble into it), boundary stones (including ditches), forest (if you can't find it... ), animals (some fleeing, others beeping or croaking), benches (for resting or meeting other people) and much more.
There are definitely no mountains here, but deer might jump across the path. Or you hear woodpeckers. However, the noise of the nearby motorway is somewhat unnatural.
Only suitable as a Sunday chill-out tour if you don't shy away from contact with people - although there are also a few quiet corners, as most only circle the lake.
3 days ago
A little white, some fog and mud - on to the Eichelberg near Altenbach. There are some gems to discover on said mountain - the "Wilde-People-Stone", which is part of a legend, many boundary stones of which I still have to find out which belong to which place and also a tower that was pretty lonely.
A brook and granite rocks accompanied us on the way, before we marveled at the Altenbach churches, which are quite newfangled.
However, the whole thing was "only" the "appetizer" for the tasty evening visit to the "Talblick" in Wilhelmsfeld, where our taste buds were properly spoiled.
3 days ago
Since it was foggy again and we didn't feel like it at all on Sunday, there was a small round to the Hilsbacher Drachenbrunnen. There we also felt the breath of the little gnome, which turned out to be quite icy. So he chased us around the town once...
January 16, 2022
A round that started out a bit boring at first, but then increased and finally led along adventurous paths. 🌲 A lot of way and corridor crosses and wayside shrines could be found. And again a small piece of the puzzle of my favorite nobles - the Gemmingers.
So Komootlerin JuBo gave us a varied tour - thank you very much! 🤗
January 15, 2022
Briefly stopped at the Celtic warrior von Hirschlanden and paid him a visit. He was probably not so pleased. We started out in the dry - on the way it rained and winded quite heavily until it even snowed. We were armed with umbrellas, which turned out to be a bit difficult due to the wind. We definitely got wet. During the Celting it stopped briefly, on the way back it started again.
Pretty rude, the guy. He just stood there, saying nothing, and didn't even offer us coffee.
Or maybe he's still angry because his grave had been opened and his hill was plowed.
Well - maybe it was up to us and with other hikers he lets the sun shine ...
January 9, 2022
Today's goal was actually "only" the local history museum in the center of Münchingen. There was a very interesting free exhibition on wolves and the domestication of dogs: "Taming the Wolf". It will run until March 6th, 2022 and is absolutely entertaining with a lead time of one hour.
But since there are also a few half-timbered houses and even a castle in Münchingen, the city wanted to be explored a little more ...
January 9, 2022