About Hans Rehm
- Hans Rehm
Today finally the long planned and often postponed big tour to the water buffalo in Elm. First through Hemmoor, Bornberg and Hechthausen to the Oste. From the old railway bridge, the asphalt of the dike is still new and wonderfully flat. At the ferry in Brobergen we first leave the Oste and drive through the countryside to Elm. Unfortunately also a bit along the country road, for lack of an alternative. Windmill Henriette is a must if you are around. From there on through the fields to the joint project "Landscaping by water buffalo". At first glance just a wonderful heathland, but no water buffalo. Was the tour free? But then we discover six or maybe even seven water buffalo. Imposing animals. We continue to the Elm shipping pier and suddenly two water buffalos, even with a small calf, are right on the way. So the tour was a complete success. Shortly after Hude the path loses itself in a pasture, but we don't give up and we take this obstacle as well.
Now on to Graepel and back home via the ferry.
September 7, 2021
Adventure mood in the depopulation! From km 6.7 on there was no longer any recognizable path. Hoping to find a path along the Bever again, we fought our way through the armpit-high grass, burdock and nettle! However, at some point gave up because there was really no way to see!
June 13, 2021
The path on the dam along the Dahlemer See may not be used for nature conservation reasons. We still walked the route from the pumping station on the Neumühlen Aue to the observation tower, as our route planning gave us no alternative. So please don't copy our route!
June 3, 2021
Our 'ferry tour' started today with a relaxed train ride from Wingst to Cuxhaven. It is only a short distance from the train station to the ferry station at Steubenhöft. The ferry trip was extremely calm, as it was unusually calm for the coastal region today! Good for us 'not battery cyclists'! With a slightly cloudy sky we were able to enjoy a very nice tour along the Elbe.
June 1, 2021
- Hans Rehm
It's finally summer and hiking in your home country is just as much fun. Today a two mill tour was on the agenda. The start was in Bad Bederkesa (Beers) at the castle, along the Bederkesa-Geeste canal then to Lintig to the windmill there. From Lintig back to the Bederkesaer See (we chose the worse alternative on the country road here, but there was hardly any traffic). Then along the lake, through the small LSG Fleckenshölzer up to the Beerster Mühle and back down to the lake to cool your feet.
June 6, 2021