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Ingo 🏃🚴🥾

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About Ingo 🏃🚴🥾
Distance travelled

1,663 mi

Time in motion

265:14 h

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  1. Ingo 🏃🚴🥾 went for a hike.

    3 days ago

    03:07
    2.63 mi
    0.8 mph
    450 ft
    325 ft
    Jens, Markus Freudinger and 18 others like this.
    1. Ingo 🏃🚴🥾

      Short trip to Dubrovnik. Started with a guided city tour and then a tour of the city wall.

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      • 2 days ago

  2. Ingo 🏃🚴🥾 went for a hike.

    August 21, 2021

    Jens, Rick Mave and 44 others like this.
    1. Ingo 🏃🚴🥾

      A relaxed round with the kids to the highest points of the Egge Mountains. We started in Feldrom on Velmerstotweg (at approx. 360 m altitude). From there we have more or less easily 😉 made the ascent behind us, in order to arrive at the highest point of the harrow after a good half hour (468 m above sea level) according to the engraving in the stone. The Eggeturm was of course the highlight of the tour. The kids have agreed on 48 levels. I don't know if that's true, but it could be 🤷‍♂️From there we continue north to Velmerstot in Lippe. The striking sandstone path is absolutely idyllic and unreservedly recommended. Arrived at the second Velmerstot there was a little climbing for the little ones. But then the air was out and we are back to Feldrom.

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      • August 21, 2021

  3. Ingo 🏃🚴🥾 went for a hike.

    August 15, 2021

    1. Ingo 🏃🚴🥾

      Third tour today, so only very briefly. Our friends took the kids to the open-air stage in Bökendorf today - and so we had 2 hours child-free today.We spent it in Marienmünster. There we are short (or rather long - and very steep - depending on who you ask 🙈) up the Hungerberg to climb the tower. With the view, it was really worth it 😄 even for the somewhat altitude-sensitive among us 😉On the way back we made a short stop in the Klosterkrug. But we had to leave there very urgently. Otherwise I would not have been able to take it any longer. And put a burger, schnitzel and wild boar platter (or something) on top of the pizza this afternoon 😉

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      • August 15, 2021

  4. Ingo 🏃🚴🥾 went running.

    August 15, 2021

    01:14
    7.02 mi
    5.7 mph
    375 ft
    375 ft
    Yvonn❤, Markus73 and 24 others like this.
    1. Ingo 🏃🚴🥾

      This morning I tried a longer run again. It worked, even if it was a bit sluggish over the last "meters" ...

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      • August 15, 2021

  5. Ingo 🏃🚴🥾 went mountain biking.

    August 8, 2021

    Yvonn❤, rts15 and 38 others like this.
    1. Ingo 🏃🚴🥾

      Last night spontaneously thought about going into the Egge on my mountain bike again. Inspired by Rick-Mave's “End of May” tour, we first went up to Dahl, from there to the small viaduct to crank up the Dune valley again.Behind Buke it went up into the harrow, unfortunately not all roads there were as passable as with Rick. So I went "free snout" and actually managed to drive a perfect loop. I only noticed it on the map afterwards. 🙈Of course, that stole the time to drive on to the Iburg and down to Bad Driburg. # the rolls must be on the table on time 🙈. So from there on the direct way back to Paderborn.A nice tour in the early morning, unfortunately without sunrise 🌅

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      • August 8, 2021

  6. Ingo 🏃🚴🥾 went for a hike.

    August 5, 2021

    Lara 👒, Hubert and 32 others like this.
    1. Ingo 🏃🚴🥾

      This afternoon the sun actually came out spontaneously ☀️! So hiking boots 🥾 on, kids packed and off to Neuenbeken.From there in the direction of Dahl / B64 into the forest 🌳 to hike to the highest point in the city of Paderborn. After I suspected that there was a geocache there, it almost went by itself 😆So I finally had the peace and quiet to enjoy the route. It's usually way too fast on a mountain bike 🤔 Really nice area up there.When we were there, of course clouds ⛅️ came up and shortly afterwards they brought the rain 🌧. We were standing on the trail to the niece with two legs. And then something incredible happened. After a few minutes we were at the rain limit. On the right of us it poured endlessly, on the left of us it was "dry". I have never seen such a hard "edge" and was absolutely thrilled. Quite the opposite of my wife and children. It was way too much water for them 💦, enthusiasm or not 🤔😃

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      • August 5, 2021

  7. Ingo 🏃🚴🥾 went running.

    August 2, 2021

    Yvonn❤, Rick Mave and 39 others like this.
    1. Ingo 🏃🚴🥾

      First business trip since December 19, 2019. It was a long time ago, madness. So put your running shoes on in Frankfurt and then back to the Main. Splendid.Unfortunately, the station district has turned out to be absolutely frightening. A lot of drug use and street violence. I think I'd rather not run here at night at the moment ...Otherwise a very nice panorama run.

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      • August 2, 2021

  8. Ingo 🏃🚴🥾 went for a hike.

    July 28, 2021

    Rick Mave, Hubert and 35 others like this.
    1. Ingo 🏃🚴🥾

      Vacation and my last day of vacation ... time for a little round with the kids to the Falkenburg.We started at the Hirschsprung restaurant. The 1.8 km way there with 140 HM were - depending on your point of view - "very easy" to master or also "the very worst way 😣 of all Zeeeeiiiiiteeeeeeeeen". 😂The ruin above was easy to walk into and offers an incredible amount of space (for the four of us Ab to relax or if there are more people there). The view is lovely. Vacation view of the Hermannsdenkmal and the Bielstein.Incidentally, approaching storms can also be easily recognized. Since the clouds 🌧 come over the harrow very quickly, there is not much time left. But there are loopholes as a shelter. And also a refuge at the foot of the ruin.The descent was then quite easy. Thanks to a - somewhat steeper - shortcut it is 400m shorter.Overall a great trip 😃

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      • July 28, 2021

  9. Ingo 🏃🚴🥾 went mountain biking.

    July 27, 2021

    06:14
    62.3 mi
    10.0 mph
    2,900 ft
    3,075 ft
    Rick Mave, Michael Fecke and 46 others like this.
    1. Ingo 🏃🚴🥾

      This morning I left early again. 4.45 a.m. Departure with the goal: the 72 km long Emmer cycle path. And to keep it exciting, I added 2 peaks to the route. But one after anonther…Starting in Paderborn, it first went up to the next point in the city of PB (347m above sea level), and then lost altitude again to the Duhnetal to the small viaduct. From there then up the Durbeketal to Kempen and on to the Prussian Vermerstot. The highest point of the Egge Mountains at 468m above sea level. By then I have collected 600 HM in order to relax - so I thought - to drive to Emmerthal.In Steinheim there was a small breakfast with a large coffee (she actually asked me whether I would like the coffee to be strong or not ... ts ts ts 😉).Then it became exhausting. At the paper mill, the path is so impassable that I first struggled through thorns, sticks, thorns and everything. Garmin kept telling me "Your heart rate is 132" or something - but I knew it was 180 or higher 😉). So over several barbed wire fences, through fields and so on. Really "off-grid", or whatever it's called ...From Wöbbel things went better. Schieder Castle and the Schiedersee were once again a highlight. Childhood memories came up - how often I pushed my rowboat here ...The route to Lügde was rather unspectacular. Right along the street. But the sections Lügde-Pyrmont-Löwensen-Welsede-Almegatzen were very nice again. Many bridges over the now somewhat prepared Emmer.The absolute highlight at the end of the tour is Hämelschenburg Castle. The last few kilometers somehow flew by. Only the very last 500m to the mouth of the Emmer was a small punishment for the most valued after 97 kilometers. For this there was also the reward - after 61.8 km of the river, the Emmer estuary into the Weser. On the way to Emmerthal train station, I made my first 💯 full and finished the tour 😀

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      • July 27, 2021

  10. Ingo 🏃🚴🥾 went running.

    July 26, 2021

    01:09
    6.53 mi
    5.7 mph
    150 ft
    125 ft
    Mellon, Michael Fecke and 18 others like this.
    1. Ingo 🏃🚴🥾

      It was Friday, March 13th, 2020 when the first lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic started. That was an unbelievable 500 days ago. And I remember it like it was yesterday.It's amazing what has developed in this time and what we have seen and lived through.- Just as empty cities as this Libori fair here (at 7am) 😉
      - Solidarity 🥰
      - Home schooling 🎓
      - Endless digitization 0️⃣1️⃣
      - Acceptance of home office 🖥
      - A vaccine 💉
      - More lockdowns ⚠️
      - A vaccination campaign with now 50% completely vaccinated 💉
      - u. g. v. m.
      I hope this has been the longest 500 days in the pandemic 😷 and that we will get through next fall with no terrible news. But I'm confident. It's in our own hands.

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      • July 26, 2021

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