Jörg und Philia - Die Alb-Vagabunden



About Jörg und Philia - Die Alb-Vagabunden

Wer bin ich?
- Geboren am 9. September 1968.
- Wohnhaft in Meßstetten auf der Schwäbischen Alb.
- 1,72m groß
- Dunkelblond
- Schuhgröße 42
- BMI 23
- Überzeugter Single
Doch was sagt das schon. Sind nicht ganz andere Dinge wichtig?
Für mich ist das ganz besonders unsere wunderbare Natur. Ich liebe die Natur, meine Heimat, meine Familie, meine Hunde Nikita († 02.05.2019) und Philia (* 09.05.2019)
Doch vor allem den, der das alles so wunderbar geschaffen hat, und allen Dingen ihren Sinn gibt.
Gott unseren Herrn und Schöpfer.
Geboren und aufgewachsen bin ich auf der schönen Schwäbischen Alb. Hier wohne ich noch heute, und will auch in Zukunft hier wohnen bleiben.
Nach der Schule habe ich eine Mechanikerlehre gemacht, und einige Jahre später den Meister.
Seit der Lehre arbeite ich in einer großen Werkzeugfirma in Albstadt. Anfangs als Maschinenbediener, dann über diverse weitere Positionen, bis heute zum technischen Angestellten.
Schon früh konnten meine Eltern in mir die Liebe zur Natur wecken. Urlaube im Allgäu und im Montafon weckten meine Wanderlust.
Bin ich in der Jugend auch weit in der Welt herumgekommen, zieht es mich nun, im Urlaub, hauptsächlich nach Südtirol und in den Schwarzwald.
An freien Tagen jedoch ist die Schwäbische Alb mein Ziel. Wieviel gibt es da, in nächster Nähe, zu entdecken und erwandern. Immer begleitet von meiner Hundedame Nikita bis zu ihrem Tod, im Mai 2019. Und nun meiner Philia.
Mit meinen Fotografien und Videos möchte ich die Schönheit unserer Natur und unserer Heimat auch anderen vermitteln. Aus Freude und Dankbarkeit gegenüber ihrem Schöpfer.
Jörg Roth
Am Berg 7
72469 Meßstettern
WhatsApp 01701152264Ps.: Meine kleine Homepage: jomaro-foto.de

Distance travelled

771 mi

Time in motion

333:54 h

Recent Activity
  1. Jörg und Philia - Die Alb-Vagabunden went for a hike.

    about 19 hours ago

    5.20 mi
    2.1 mph
    500 ft
    500 ft
    Rusty, Jürgen 🌄🚶 and 7 others like this.
    1. Jörg und Philia - Die Alb-Vagabunden

      As part of the State Garden Show 2021 in Überlingen, some themed hiking trails were created around Lippertsreute.
      At the end, we decided to take the farm shop circular route.
      An interesting circular route, on which some delicacies will probably disappear in your backpack or right in your mouth.
      The circular route leads directly past our hotel and so the car can stop.
      The idea of the circular route is well meant and well thought out. However, the implementation is bumpy.
      Most of the route runs on paved, partly asphalt farm roads.
      There is also no GPX download or detailed maps or directions with which Komoot could be fed and alternative variants could be sought.
      The hiker is solely dependent on the economical signage.
      Nevertheless, it is an interesting round for all "pleasure hikers"
      At the end we treated ourselves to a visit to the Lippertsreuter parish church.

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      • about 13 hours ago

  2. Jörg und Philia - Die Alb-Vagabunden went for a hike.

    4 days ago

    Sigrid, Volker and 12 others like this.
    1. Jörg und Philia - Die Alb-Vagabunden

      The day starts promising. A beautiful sunrise while the early morning mist lingers in the lowlands.
      So we start with time, when the temperatures are still pleasant.
      We want to go over the Achtobel to the pilgrimage chapel Maria im Stein, and on to the Hohenbodman lookout tower.
      The eight-man is exactly the world of my Philia.
      Beautiful, shady forest and lots of great swimming spots for my water rat.
      From the Achtobel it goes up to the Hohenbodman observation tower.
      The forest gives way to extensive corn fields with scattered fruit trees.
      The temperature also rises significantly.
      The view from the tower is terrific. It's just a shame that the view is not that clear today.
      The way back to the hotel is long.
      Hardly any shade and the sun burns relentlessly.
      The water supplies are slowly running out. The water now tastes stale.
      But finally the hotel is reached. Now there is the refreshment they deserve for both.
      Cold water for Philia and a cold beer for me

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      • 4 days ago

  3. Jörg und Philia - Die Alb-Vagabunden went for a hike.

    6 days ago

    UB, Rusty and 5 others like this.
    1. Jörg und Philia - Die Alb-Vagabunden

      On winding paths to the Muisloch robber cave.
      Without much planning, just go for it. If you are lucky, follow your nose. Let your curiosity run wild.
      Except for the Hossinger ladder, on lonely paths, or "offroad"
      A nice little adventure on Sunday afternoon.

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      • 6 days ago

  4. Jörg und Philia - Die Alb-Vagabunden went for a hike.

    September 9, 2020

    AnjaMeise, AnHei and 27 others like this.
    1. Jörg und Philia - Die Alb-Vagabunden

      For some contemporaries, days like this are days to celebrate or to be celebrated.
      However, I am a little allergic when such hype is made around individual people. But especially when it comes to my own person.
      Without further ado I put the dishes on my Philia and went on a wonderful day tour with her.
      A tour that I have planned for a long time, but have repeatedly postponed due to the warm temperatures or other circumstances.
      We started in Pfeffingen. From there up to the Böllat, the ultimate panoramic mountain of the Albstätter mountains. From Böllat we descend into the Wannental and continue to hike to the Zillhausen waterfall. Unfortunately, due to the drought, this only carries minimal water. For Philia, however, it was enough to refresh.From Zillhausen it goes back to Strichen, through wonderful orchards.
      Paint yourself, is a dreamy Alb village, in the midst of beautiful orchards and pastures. This is where the fox and the rabbit say goodnight.
      From Strichen, the very hidden Jägerwegle leads steeply up to the Hundsücken. Up there you have wonderful views of Balingen and the Black Forest. However, the path is very exposed and narrow in places. Not that easy with 50kg temperament as an accompaniment.From the back of the dog it goes on to the Irrenberg, and along the eaves to the Zitterhof.
      From there, it's not far to the Eyach spring. Unfortunately, I only saw that dogs are not allowed to bathe there when I was walking on. It's a shame actually.
      We finally return to our starting point via a beautiful path above Pfeffingen, through a beautiful juniper heather.The tour runs mostly on beautiful hiking and farm roads. Partly without signs or waymarks. And I couldn't resist a few “off-road” sections. 🙈🙈🙈I'm a little annoyed with Komoot at the moment. 😠😠😠
      For 2 days I have been struggling to upload my pictures. Again and again some are missing or the next attempt some will fall out. Sometimes 1/3 of the pictures are missing.

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      • September 10, 2020

  5. Jörg und Philia - Die Alb-Vagabunden went for a hike.

    September 6, 2020

    1.02 mi
    1.0 mph
    25 ft
    25 ft
    Birgitt, Christian and 18 others like this.
    1. Jörg und Philia - Die Alb-Vagabunden

      For the first time since Corona, strolling together in Balingen and eating an ice cream.
      Photos developed a little differently experimentally ...

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      • September 6, 2020

  6. Eva, Jürgen 🌄🚶 and 17 others like this.
    1. Jörg und Philia - Die Alb-Vagabunden

      A small, relaxed round from Pfeffingen, via Burgfelden to Böllat.
      Simply wonderful what nature has to offer at this time of the year.
      The ancient cemetery church of Burgfelden with its wall paintings is particularly worth seeing.
      Had just one bad moment as confirmation was being celebrated there.

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      • September 6, 2020

  7. Jörg und Philia - Die Alb-Vagabunden went for a hike.

    August 30, 2020

    6.57 mi
    2.5 mph
    575 ft
    650 ft
    Rusty, Eva and 15 others like this.
    1. Jörg und Philia - Die Alb-Vagabunden

      10 ° C, continuous rain, fog. A weather in which you don't send a dog outside the door.
      But it doesn't keep us at home. So we decided on the Tieringer Hörnle Hochalb trail.
      A special kind of pleasure hike. We had the otherwise heavily frequented Tieringer Hörnle all to ourselves.
      Tour description see:

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      • August 31, 2020

  8. Jörg und Philia - Die Alb-Vagabunden went for a hike.

    August 27, 2020

    3.64 mi
    3.5 mph
    350 ft
    375 ft
    Rusty, Sabine u. Peter and 11 others like this.
    1. Rusty

      From chickens kept in this way, you can even buy the eggs without a guilty conscience. 👍
      Our supplier has almost no eggs left because the laying performance is greatly reduced. His chickens die of old age and are buried like cats. 😍👌
      The other pictures are of course very nice too. 👌

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      • August 27, 2020

  9. Jörg und Philia - Die Alb-Vagabunden went for a hike.

    August 23, 2020

    Jürgen 🌄🚶, Eva and 12 others like this.
    1. Jörg und Philia - Die Alb-Vagabunden

      The area around my beautiful hometown of Meßstetten has always been very Catholic.
      The Baden-Württemberg border ran right through here. So it happens that some parts of the Messstetter were originally Baden, others originally Württemberg.
      The many wayside crosses and chapels still bear witness to the traditional Catholic popular piety of the Baden districts.
      We met quite a few of them today on our Sunday afternoon walk.
      We were really impressed by some of them.

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      • August 23, 2020

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