- 02:256.26 mi2.6 mph225 ft225 ft
- ☠ R✪BIN 🥾
See the sea again for a few days.
Once again beloved ✪ Usedom.The weather forecast for the days read more like a tragedy in five acts.
Fortunately, this morning at sunrise, the 1st act turned out to be much less tragic than the weather oracle had predicted. It stays that way ... For me, weather forecasts are maximally vague assumptions and the only thing that is certain is - there will be some kind of weather - and today's was really nice for hiking!So the camera, something to drink and the mother were packed and from the ✪ Kaiserbad Bansin we first went along the beach in the direction of the ✪ cliffs. The sky was full of clouds and a wonderful backdrop - the risen sun was not allowed to show itself - but behind the clouds it made for a really nice play of light and colors. Impressive mood and morning atmosphere - which apparently not only liked us - also seagulls, swans and cormorants!After a good 4 kilometers, there was the U-turn and the way back was on the narrow paths at the edge of the edge of the ✪ cliff back to ✪ Bansin.From here we followed the ✪ beach promenade with the beautiful historic ✪ villas from the ✪ imperial bathing era in the direction of Heringsdorf.At the end there was a small loop along the ✪ Sack Canal - a very nice path - as well as past the ✪ thatched roof settlement on the areas of the old nursery. And finally we ended up in front of the ✪ Villa Irmgard - the reason for the extra meters. Because it was here that ✪ Maxim Gorki spent the summer of 1922 and was working on the third part of his autobiography “My Universities”.
A worthwhile goal - the two-storey villa was built in 1906 in the style of ✪ spa architecture and ✪ neoclassicism. It also shows unique elements of the ✪ Art Nouveau in Heringsdorf.
Wonderful! From 1948 the villa served as a Gorky memorial and was also known for a time as the “Maxim Gorki Museum”.
You can still see the preserved
Visit the writer's living and working rooms, some of which still have the original furniture.Nice tour!
about 12 hours ago
- 02:406.74 mi2.5 mph425 ft425 ft
- ☠ R✪BIN 🥾
In the last week I had very good experiences with looking beyond the Brandenburg hiking horizon. When there was another opportunity to expand consciousness on foot this morning, of course I couldn't refuse.
The ✪ Wendland is namely a single blank area. Fortunately only on my hiking map. Quite a bit empty - the ✪ district of Lüchow-Dannenberg, with just over 48,000 people, is the smallest in Germany in terms of population and the most sparsely populated district in the old federal states. On the other hand, it is not white - it is wonderfully green.
Due to the low settlement density with the natural diversity of the ✪ Elbe valley floodplain and the ✪ Elbhöhen-Wendland nature park, the region still has a particularly species-rich and sometimes rare flora and fauna.
And it's not just green - it's also wonderfully colorful: an extraordinarily diverse range of cultural activities, a large number of artists, a fascinating history of settlements and architecture, and ultimately also the absolutely important, persistent and perpetual resistance to nuclear policy and the nuclear waste storage facility in Gorleben.
✪ People ✪ Space ✪ Nature - beautiful, colorful Wendland.
Accordingly, 3 pairs of feet were allowed to explore new territory and ✪ Fiete ✪ Helga and ✪ took me with them. For a first impression of the diversity, we went to the small town of ✪ Hitzacker, at the confluence of the Jeetzel and the ✪ Elbe. The city island of the old town with the great half-timbered houses and the ✪ Zollhaus built in 1589 are under monument protection and their lowlands are part of the Elbe Valley. From there it was now called | Go West | - up and down through the Elbhöhen-Wendland nature park. Thematically, the circle came full circle here - again with wonderful views of the Elbe and the Elbe valley lowlands. Under the motto | Go Back | Then not only did the topic become round, but also this really nice tour!
✪ Is it true that it has to be -
is it really over for today?
Today is not every day -
I'm coming ‘, again no question! ✪
July 30, 2021
- ☠ R✪BIN 🥾
Home is not a place - home is a feeling - sings Grönemeyer.Absolutely excellent words, which the Bochum bard muses up so wonderfully vowel-swallowing.
But that applies to me in relation to ✪ Home - a changeable place where I feel really good - where I want to live. ✪ Home is different. One has home in an optimal way. It is there - it remains. Even if it annoys at some point - if it is boring - if you leave it - it is still there and has never been gone.
And sometimes - as with me - you are happy about their stubbornness - it's nice that they exist!A Siberian saying goes: ✪ Your home is not where you know the trees, where the trees know you. So today I wanted to see whether the native oaks, beeches and pines still greet friendly with birds.On Friday I had explored a piece of Mecklenburg's horizon - and not just discovered new hiking territory. With stage ✪ E024 from Holthusen to Crivitz ✪ komoot.de/tour/429152421?ref=wtd ✪ I had a second contribution to the Germany-wide relay hike ✪ MitWandern 2021 ✪ komoot.de user / staffel ✪ contributed.Now I was already a long way northwest of my ✪ home and decided to travel a little further west to pay a visit to the Lüneburg home.The motivation for another hike there yesterday morning was initially just as modest as the state of mind of my legs and feet as a result of the Friday tour. I was back at Grönemeyer - men secretly cry!Fatally, the ✪ Lüneburg horizon showed an outrageously irresistible kitsch blue - merciless - cloudless - no alternative! - I went.
My father and my feet wanted to lie relaxed - but the latter had to come along because of their lack of independence. My mother, on the other hand, accompanied me absolutely voluntarily - through a small piece of ✪ home - along the ✪ meadows ✪ fields and ✪ forests that were regularly roamed in my childhood.Conclusion: Everything is still there - everything is wonderfully familiar - everything is beautiful!
July 25, 2021