Wo meine Aussies sind da ist ihr Diener nicht weit...
The escape was meticulously planned. Or so we thought. The evening before it was said: "Honey, the dogs only bother you when your girlfriend comes tomorrow? I would sacrifice myself and run with them ..." 😉
Today the provisions were packed (dried chicken breasts for the fur noses, nothing for the master), the getaway car refueled and we were gone in time for the guest's arrival!
Then the car at the wind farm, "hidden" and off we went. The refugees were "tied" to one another with tow ropes.
After the first few kilometers through the shady forest, the solar fields of Hohenzell finally shone in the distance. Sun! But as we approached the place, the electronic ankle shackles shrieked !!! 😱😨
"Could you please come back home, my girlfriend canceled! There is still work waiting in the garden ..." 😭😭😭😭
Excuses like "Sorry, a storm blocked the way back" or "I have to wait until the four-legged friends come back from hunting" would not have come across as credible.
So let's go home. No offgrid, just not on the map. No doggie stations!
7 days ago
A wonderful second half of the tour. Olli finally gave in to Enya's thousands of requests to play and then they had fun. Socke has coped with not playing along.
Water is rare on this hike, doggie stations are only available on the outskirts. The trash cans have all been dismantled.
Oh yes, we were criminals in the end too😀🐕 Anyone who thinks we're climbing through the rocks around the Ofnet caves and wasting a hand on the dog leash should show me how ...
October 2, 2021
The first part (thank you, komoot😡) of another international understanding tour. Taxa pack meets Esslingen pack. Meeting point of the Ofnet caves. From there it went over the ear summit on detours to the Ofnet caves. Great tour for dogs without a leash😀🐕
Only komoot didn't want to play: move the starting point? No desire😕 So hiked to the original starting point and restarted the tour. Sequel follows...
October 2, 2021
A man buida hatsch. After almost two years we finally made it: The Glonn from the source to the confluence with the Amper
Today's section was still missing.
As always, the Glonn is a very inaccessible river. So unsuitable as a drinking place for our furry friends. But the small streams are sufficient.
Although Socke (unfortunately) killed thirteen mice today, the tour was otherwise hunted. Neither deer nor hare crossed our path. Doggie stations on every outskirts.
September 25, 2021
Even if everything went wrong at the beginning (alarm clock not set, waited too long at the bakery, ...), the mountain tour was awesome! The climb was tough, but it was worth it. The moor landscape around the summit is simply gigantic. It's just a shame that all access roads to the alpine pastures are paved in the meantime. For those already tired feet, it's simply hell. But luckily for our furry friends, the cows were already in the valley
Parking at the valley station of the cable car is free of charge.
September 23, 2021