After it had rained constantly the day before, we hoped for better weather for our spring migration, which then promptly occurred, at least until we sat in the broom Talheimer Hof. Maike, in her irresistible way, wished that it would rain when we finished eating, that too has arrived.With 35 people, we left shortly after 10.30 am at the Talheimer Hof and let Maike guide us through her new territory. Like the past hikes, we have learned a lot about the forest. Oli also prepared and told us about the area. The tour was a total of class and also the kids got their money, but they had to do something for the hidden easter eggs, z. For example, clean up the forest (collect the red and white barrier tapes). On the Blockhausweg is really a log cabin for some time. That's where Maike and Oli hid drinks, coffee and cakes (which some hard-working women had baked the day before) in the morning before the hike, so everyone got their money's worth. On the way, Maike made us aware of a few Celtic graves, of which hardly anyone from our hiking group knew.
In the end, Maike showed us the hills of the Türkenlouis, they still exist from a battle against the French (about 1693). Now it was time to eat, the rest is up. Maike and Oli have many thanks.
March 17, 2019