the first hot period is approaching and so I decide, despite a mega European Championship match England vs. Croatia, to go hiking in wonderfully warm weather with a light breeze. The destination today is the less well-known Sehestedt, which is visited by various campers in caravans during the season. Typical coast. But it is very clear and contemplative and not overcrowded. And borders directly on a nature reserve, which is something special. It is part of the NDS National Park. Wadden Sea.🌀 Unique in the world. This is where mud flats, salt marshes and moor meet. In historical times, the area of today's Jade Bay was a huge raised bog. So I'm treading the salt marsh adventure trail. You can start with the plank path with a bird watching hut, like me, and surrounded by the floating moor. At high tide it can happen that the benches are under water up to the seat. It's hard to imagine, but I've seen photos from yesterday that confirm this.Flora and fauna with various special birds and the rich, salty scent have done it to me, so that I am here more often and enjoy nature!Simply fragrant and highly recommended for running after
June 13, 2021
on Father's Day in Corona it is really nice to hike with joy. Said and done. North paths should lead us 2 fathers with 🐶. Unfortunately, we got off the path a few times. But the weather cooperated, there was no rain 🍀 and it was a great relaxing excursion and day of hiking! Adios 🙌
May 13, 2021
Moinsen, thanks in advance Toddy for the tip. A great afternoon in the best weather is coming to an end. Behind me a tour of the lake in Bad Bederkesa. Took the lake trail. Parked by the historic castle, a highlight with a museum that is unfortunately closed during Corona. Before going into the more forested part of the tour, I cross a pedestrian bridge and treat myself to another hand and enjoy the view of the lake with narrow strips of sand straight ahead, before I look directly at the houseboats and think about how there Board would be 😉. The circular route is often at a good distance from the lake and has two protective towers that guarantee a beautiful view of the lake and invite you to chill out ...
We recommend. Ciao
April 25, 2021
Moinsen, what better thing to do on an Easter Sunday at 7 degrees than to go to the coast ?!
Said and done. Hooksiel was once a destination with the potential for the sea ... and the forest, although both were balanced on this circular route. Once from the outer harbor to the old harbor and back 😉🤟 simply nice, even if there is no beach weather, to take advantage of this great advantage here. Tip: have a delicious fish sandwich on hand ... feel free to follow suit 🙌 Adios
April 4, 2021
Moin, Moin, a beautiful fishing village fascinated us with its unique charm and style. Definitely worth the trip! We were welcomed by the twin mills and walked through quaint alleys to the harbor, which also looks very inviting in Corona. When the weather was great, we made our way to Otto's lighthouse in Pilsum, fortified with a delicious ice cream. To fill up with a little bit of sea air and chillt with a tea on the dike, before heading back to the harbor along the dike. A great day. Get an impression of it yourself ... it's worth it. 🤟😉
March 30, 2021
Moin, what do I do on a Sunday that has begun? Get up and off to the coast. In front of the front door, hard to believe, there is something beautiful, maritime and forbidden .... Langlütjen, relic from the inglorious past .... but also something special 🆒
More ... here Langlütjen (formerly: Langlütjensand) is the name of the two mudflat islands artificially created in the 19th century, Langlütjen I and Langlütjen II in the Weser estuary. Politically, the islands belong to the area of the Lower Saxon town of Nordenham on the Lower Weser. On them are the remains of initially Prussian and later imperial naval forts, whose task was to protect the Bremen ports. In 1933 Langlütjen II was a protective custody camp of the SA for some time.
🌀Always worth a visit. 🙌
April 5, 2021