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☠ R✪BIN 🥾
 

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✪ Nordlicht
✪ Überzeugter Wahl-Berliner
✪ Uckermarkliebhaber
✪ Draußenkind
✪ Wandern ist sicherlich nicht die Antwort auf alles, aber ich vergesse dort immerhin all meine Fragen ✪✪ Ich habe mir meine besten Gedanken ergangen und kenne keinen Kummer,
den man nicht weggehen kann. (Søren Kierkegaard)

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2.879 km

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  1. ☠ R✪BIN 🥾 y Fiete hicieron una caminata.

    Hace 3 días

    04:16
    22,7 km
    5,3 km/h
    60 m
    50 m
    A Fiete, HelgaK. y 82 más les gusta.
    1. ☠ R✪BIN 🥾

      Small Brandenburg town with ✪ village character, renovated historic houses and streets within a preserved ✪ city wall, surrounded by the green belt of original ✪ cultural landscape with meadows, pastures and fields.
      That really sounds very ✪ hikeable. You can find that in the former farming and residential town ✪ Altlandsberg and accordingly ✪ Fiete and I started this morning on a ✪ discovery tour.
      After a short passage through the town center, we walked along the south-eastern ✪ city wall through the ✪ Scheunenviertel, which is a listed building, into the countryside.Through the expanse of meadows and fields to the ✪ Wegendorfer Mühlenfiß and ✪ Altlandsberger Mühlenfiß - in a smooth transition past the Altlandsberg Nord settlement - to the ✪ Langen Elsenfiß. Magnificent natural space.This was followed by a short detour to the village of ✪ Krummensee including a view of the small ✪ fieldstone church from the 13th century and then an extended tour around the body of water that gave it its name: the ✪ Krummen See. Unfortunately, the path has come under the plow in the rural expansion behavior. So the passage along the loamy, softened edge of the field on deep ground unexpectedly and absolutely undesirably mutated into a sports program.
      Nothing went smoothly, but almost four kilometers later the circle was closed - not only that of our round tour, but also the historical one.
      After I had examined the architecture-related hustle and bustle of ✪ King Friedrich Wilhelm IV in detail last weekend, today we went back almost 2 centuries in the calendar. Let's see what the good old ✪ Hohenzollersche relatives were up to in the distant past.It was the 15th-century foundation walls of the ✪ Knights of Krummensee Castle on which ✪ Imperial Baron Otto von Schwerin had a three-winged palace complex built from scratch in 1654. All around there were neat gardens and parks in the Dutch baroque style. And this is exactly where Friedrich Wilhelm's great-great-great-grandpa - the sickly child - King Friedrich I grew up. Driven by his passion for splendor and splendor, he had the property beautified from 1708 by the architect ✪ Johann Friedrich Eosander into a baroque castle of the Hohenzollern befitting his status.
      But neither splendor nor glory lasted long. Because after Friedrich I. blessed the temporal in 1713, his frugal son, the later ✪ Soldier King Friedrich Wilhelm I., created all transportable monuments, even plants and trees without further ado in the ✪ Charlottenburg Palace and left Papa's palace estate to itself until 1757 chimney fire reduced to rubble and ash.
      Fortunately, not everything fell victim to the flames... The ✪ Castle Church could be rebuilt. The ✪ brewery was spared and in the 18th and 19th centuries further extensions and conversions of the old castle estate took place with ✪ distillery, stables and barns.Much has been renovated and reconstructed in recent years, so that today the really beautiful ✪ Schlossgut Altlandberg with the castle church, castle courtyard, pleasure garden, manor house, brewery and distillery as well as former cow and horse stables can be experienced again.Oh yes... The most important thing always comes at the end: Since 2016, ✪ beer is brewed and ✪ schnapps is distilled again at historical sites!! But unfortunately - as I was allowed to read on the door - it's the company holidays! Accordingly, my mood was as bleak and gray as the sky for a short time!!This weather sadness - without a single ray of sunshine with creeping wet cold - accompanied us on the entire tour and there was no beer either!! It was still nice and so something had to shine - so today the pictures are available in ✪ radiant cold!

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  2. A Andrea, schnubbi62 y 87 más les gusta.
    1. ☠ R✪BIN 🥾

      An diesem Samstag wollte ich es nun endlich mal dem großen karthagischen Feldherrn ✪ Hannibal gleichtun und die ✪ Alpen überschreiten. Da mein Elefant unpässlich war, zweifelte ich allerdings, ob Hannibals Tour an einem Wandertag zu schaffen ist. Vorsatz ist Vorsatz und Alpen sind Alpen. Entsprechend verzichtete ich auf eine Reise Richtung Süden und orientierte mich stattdessen einige Kilometer nach Westen. Also - ohne Elefant (der hätte wahrscheinlich eh nur schwerlich in den Regional Express gepasst) - doch mit bester Stimmung ging es also nach Werder und von dort in die Alpen - die ✪ Glindower Alpen. Ich vermute zwar, dass Hannibal dieses ehemalige Tonabbaugelände der Erdeberge wohl eher nicht überschritten hat, doch wer weiß das schon so genau…✪ Frank Meyer hat dies nachweislich im November letzten Jahres getan und mir damit eine schön zu adaptierende Vorlage geliefert [ ✪ komoot.de/tour/572820642?ref=wtd ].Zugegebenermaßen – eine Feldherrn-Expedition à la Hannibal war es damit nicht mehr so recht, dafür aber eine weitere wunderbare ✪ ArchitekTour durch die ✪ Potsdamer Kulturlandschaft und damit gleichermaßen durch Preußens Geschichte und das so beindruckend schöne gestalterische Werk von ✪ Peter Joseph Lenné und ✪ Karl Friedrich Schinkel.Dieses nahm in Glindow seinen Anfang. Die Dorfkirche, 1853 geweiht und als Saalkirche im Stil der Neogotik erbaut, stammt zwar nicht aus der Feder Schinkels, ist aber dennoch auf sein Werk zurückzuführen. Denn ✪ König Friedrich Wilhelm IV. beauftragte schließlich ✪ Friedrich August Stüler – einen bedeutendsten Schüler Schinkels - mit der Planung. Circa 7 km später – die schöne alpine Überquerung lag bereits hinter mir - folgte der nächste Sakralbau. Die ✪ Dorfkirche Petzow. Und dieses Mal war es der Meister selbst – Schinkel entwarf die Pläne für das neuromanische Bauwerk im Jahr 1838 – 2 Jahre später wurde der Grundstein gelegt und am 31. Oktober 1842 folgte die Kirchweihe.
      Doch es ist nicht Schinkels Kirche allein in ihrer exponierten Lage auf einer Anhöhe des ✪ Grellebergs – es ist die gestalterische Gesamtkonzeption, die die Besonderheit des Ortes ausmacht. Von der Kirche betont eine markante Sichtachse das ✪ Schloss Petzow mit dem Haussee und dem von Lenné konzipierten ✪ Landschaftspark. Es ist wie so oft das Zusammenspiel der beiden großen Protagonisten der ✪ Preußischen Architektur. Das Zusammenspiel von Bauwerk und Landschaft. Schinkel und Lenné. ✪ Großes Kino – Hohe Kunst!
      Weiter gings entlang der Ufer des ✪ Schwielowsees und des ✪ Petzinsees zum ✪ Templiner See. Ein kurzer Blick über die Schulter in Richtung Südost. Hier konnte man in der tiefstehenden Sonne einen weiteren Teil des riesigen Schaffenswerks Lennés erahnen. Denn auf der gegenüberliegenden Seite des Sees liegt das ✪ Schloss Caputh. Architektonisch durchaus eine Rarität. Es ist das einzige erhaltene Schloss der Potsdamer Kulturlandschaft aus der Zeit des ✪ Großen Kurfürsten Friedrich Wilhelm (1620 – 1688) und des ✪ Brandenburger Frühbarock.
      Der Garten wurde gegen Ende des 18. Jahrhunderts als ✪ Obstbaumschule genutzt, bis ihn Lenné von 1828 bis 1830 als ✪ Schlossgarten neugestaltete.
      Meine eigentlich geplante Route führte mich nun weiter entlang des Templiner Sees und sollte an der S-Bahn-Station Potsdam Charlottenhof enden. Aber ✪ Charlottenhof?? Da war doch was?! Genau…Charlottenhof!! Meine Berufsehre protestierte vehement! Ein paar Extra-Kilometer mussten her. Denn einen passenderen Abschluss dieses herrlichen ✪ Baukunstspektakels konnte ich mir nicht vorstellen. Also ging es noch ein Stück weiter. Entlang der Neustädter Havelbucht und durch die wunderschöne Brandenburger Vorstadt mit der Erlöserkirche – ging es zum eigentlichen Ziel.Schloss und Park Charlottenhof war einst der Sommersitz ✪ des Kronprinzen Friedrich Wilhelm (ab 1840 ✪ König Friedrich Wilhelm IV.) von Preußen. Es liegt südwestlich im ✪ Schlosspark von Sanssouci und gilt als das Kunstwerk der ✪ Großen Drei - denn neben dem bekannten ✪ Dynamischen Duo, den beiden Hipster der preußischen Baukunst, mischte hier auch der künstlerisch begabte Kronprinz an der Gestaltung von Schloss und Park ordentlich mit.Schinkel setzte von 1826–1829 auf die Grundmauern eines bestehenden Hauses ein kleines ✪ Lustschloss im klassizistischen Stil, nach Vorbild römischer Villen. In den folgenden Jahren ergänzte Schinkel nordöstlich des Schlosses die ✪ Römischen Bäder, ein Bauensemble verschiedener römischer und altitalienischer Stilrichtungen, die vor allem der „Italiensehnsucht“ Friedrich Wilhelms gerecht wurden.Lenné begann ab 1818 mit der Umgestaltung und Erweiterung des ✪ Park Sanssouci und integrierte von 1825 bis 1829 geschickt den ✪ Park Charlottenhof. Dabei gilt der Park als ein ✪ Meilenstein der Gartenkunstgeschichte, weil er erstmals umfangreiche geometrische, damals als „italienisch“ bezeichnete, Elemente in den Landschaftspark einbezog und damit auch im Garten den Wünschen und Ideen des italienbegeisterten Kronprinzen folgte.Schade nur, dass die Bausubstanz des Charlottenhof Zusehens zerfällt. Hier besteht dringender Sanierungsbedarf.Eine wunderbare Tour mit großer Vielfalt und beeindruckender geschichtlich-architektonischer Pracht. Und das Ganze auch noch bei nahezu perfektem Wanderwetter!

      • 8 de enero de 2022

  3. ☠ R✪BIN 🥾 y Fiete hicieron una caminata.

    2 de enero de 2022

    1. ☠ R✪BIN 🥾

      The hiking year 2022 started rather cloudy for me. At least as far as the sky is concerned. Because today, on the first tour of the new year, he drew a rather monochromatic picture in deep gray, in which any only reasonably well-trained weatherman would wave annoyed and take the day off.
      Fortunately, ✪ Fiete and ✪ CK accompanied me through the rainy dreariness and thus made for a thoroughly cheerful tour.
      Accordingly, the actually very attractive landscape of the ✪ Malchower Aue nature reserve, the ✪ Wartenberger Feldmark and along the ✪ old Malchower trench tended to be a supporting actress, while an intense chat to celebrate the New Year cheerfully added some color.The photographic attempts to put the wonderful expanse of the fields and meadows in the right light largely failed - because without light it was difficult to find the right light.Fortunately, at least the ✪ Scottish highland cattle came up with decent portrait qualities, although the shaggy ✪ calves reminded me more of the ✪ Ewoks on the forest moon ✪ Endor today. I was really happy that the Death Star wasn't in sight, so that in the end I was sure to walk on the outskirts of Berlin and not accidentally in the Star Wars universe!Back to the tour and to our again and again beautiful birdy ✪ fauna.
      With a typical ✪ great spotted woodpecker duo, cringing ✪ gray bunting and the very impressive “shaking” ✪ kestrel, which “stood” in the air with rapid flapping of wings and wide-ranging tail, there was a lot to see again on this tour.
      Even if the sky was not necessarily willing to light up the first 2022 hike today, it was still a nice start to the hiking year and the certainty remains: ✪ The weather can only get better!With this in mind, I wish everyone a happy new (hiking) year.

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      • 2 de enero de 2022

  4. Frank Meyer y 14 más planificaron una caminata.

    30 de diciembre de 2021

    A Sebastian Schmelzer, Thomas aus EF y 29 más les gusta.
    1. Frank Meyer

      It's that time again: the good old relay hiking principle goes into the next round!.. 'back to the roots', to where it all began, in 1977: the passionate cyclist Manfred Reschke from West Berlin has the absolute desire to explore his Brandenburg area. But because entry into the GDR by bike is forbidden for him, he quickly becomes a hiker! Together with his wife Christel, Reschke completed the first prototype of what would later become the well-known and popular 66-lakes hiking trail between 1977 and 1979.We will soon complete this original version again in the form of a relay hike, in which all stages are hiked by the participants within an extended weekend. Manfred had subsequently recorded the route on a map on a scale of 1: 200,000, based on this and additionally using the tour descriptions, I tried to 'reconstruct' the stages as well as possible. Of course it is more of a kind of 'pragmatic approximation', as some additional motorways and expressways cut the landscape and it was important to me to defuse the route that is all too dangerous today.The route at that time was due, among other things, to bypassing restricted areas in various forms, but from my point of view it also contains sections that would look good on the 66 lakes hiking trail. Other 'fillet pieces' such as the Briesetal and the Löcknitztal are still completely missing in this variant, as is the entire Unterspreewald, others such as the Gamengrund were already part of the attractive core of the tour around Berlin over 40 years ago.An overview of the stages can be found at: komoot.de/collection/1384800/-komoot-staffelwanderung-auf-schusters-rappen-rund-um-berlin-1977-1979In this case I would ask you again to keep the planned route as possible, as the original characteristics of the entire route should be preserved as well as possible. But you are welcome to make minor modifications yourself. If you want, you can also use Manfred's original map as a guide, the scans for download here:
      wandern-berlin-brandenburg.de/downloads/plaene_original_auf_schusters_rappen.zip
      There may be minor corrections by Manfred on the route, so please only pull your GPX copies shortly before the relay hike.The walking direction (A-B or B-A) of your stage is, as always, up to you.
      This time you can choose whether you want to start your stage on January 21, 22 or 23. wanders. Please check in advance whether your desired stage can only be reached by bus on a working day (would then be Friday, January 21st)!
      The binding registration in the doodle list can be found here: doodle.com/poll/vizf9zx4z6bz4x8n
      You only give the name under which you are active at komoot or your ID, I do not need any further data. Choose your desired stage and submit the form. The following applies: first come, first served and the choice is yours. Please only grab a free 'slot' if you actually plan to hike your stage on the day.This time, too, applies again:
      - In principle, your profile must be and remain public so that you can participate
      - Marks me as a participant at the end of your stage so that I can create the collective collection from all tours
      - Please approach this 'fun event' with the necessary seriousness and think in terms of community
      - Please indicate in the comments below which komoot user you might be taking with you, important note: you only take guests with you according to the daily corona rules in the state of Brandenburg!
      A direct online posting of the hiked stage is not so important in this case, but release your recording to the public no later than the evening of January 23rd.Should you not be able to keep your appointment, you can find a replacement yourself or send me an email to mail@wandern-berlin-brandenburg.de so that I can release the stage for other interested parties.I'm looking forward to this very special season and wish all participants a lot of fun!If you have any questions, comments, etc., please write in the comments below.---------------Here are the participants and their stages:
      Catch lock - Storkow: Sebastian Schmelzer
      Prieros - Storkow: Wilhelm Weisweber
      Prieros - Groß Köris: Regina
      Groß Köris - Wünsdorf: Silvia D.
      Wünsdorf - Trebbin: Hans Wurst
      Trebbin - Neuseddin: Netti
      Neuseddin - Werder: Jürgen
      Werder - Wustermark: Frank Meyer
      Wustermark - Velten: Robin
      Velten - Lehnitz: Frank Meyer
      Lehnitz - Sachsenhausen - Lehnitz: Burkhard & guests
      Lehnitz - Lottschesee: Susann
      Lottschesee - Melchow: Thomas from EF
      Melchow - Leuenberg: Steffi, jogging bread
      Leuenberg - Strausberg: RaMona
      Strausberg - Catch lock: Helga

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      • 30 de diciembre de 2021

  5. ☠ R✪BIN 🥾 hizo una caminata.

    30 de diciembre de 2021

    A Marchocia, HelgaK. y 69 más les gusta.
    1. ☠ R✪BIN 🥾

      The year is over. At least my ✪ year of hiking. Because this morning the hiking boots were laced for the last time in ✪ 2021. The only question was, what kind of tour should it be?So many possibilities. This or that! Here or there or there! Or or or. Or? I agree! ✪ Or !!!For the end of the year I went back to electricity, which has always given me so much pleasure in the past and whose beauty I would probably never have learned to appreciate so much without the hikes: the ✪ Oder!
      The section was new today. While I have mostly raced along the wonderful paths of the National Park ✪ Unteres Odertal, today the ✪ Oderbruch was on the agenda.
      Thankfully, Silvia D. had provided a nice template here in October of this year (komoot.de/tour/539048140?ref=wtd), which, with a few additions, turned out to be an optimal tour for me.Today I was a cross-border commuter. Because from ✪ Küstrin-Kietz we first went over the Oder to ✪ Poland to see the former ✪ Fortress Küstrin. The ✪ Bastion Król (König) is unfortunately dilapidated and therefore not accessible, but from the ✪ Bastion Brandenburgia (Brandenburg) as well as from the ✪ Bastion Filip (Philipp) you have really nice views of the Oder. The entire former fortress with its relics is a really exciting and interesting place.But today's tour on the dyke paths and through the Oder meadows also offered a wonderful kaleidoscope of things that make me enjoy hiking.
      ✪ Width - when you go through meadows and fields with a lot of visibility and horizon. A little ✪ improvisation, difficult running and wet shoes - when the path has once again made its way from the field and camera-based ✪ bird chases - when the incredibly beautiful variety of ✪ feathered animals again categorically rejects sitting still.
      And feathered friends were really in abundance today. The joy about the ✪ Goosander with fishy prey ✪ about the agile, little tailed tit ✪ about the impressively beautiful black woodpecker ✪ about the jays with their shimmering blue feathers and of course ✪ the sparrowhawk, who was available for a photo for the first time .A tour that really suits me and a very worthy end to my hiking year!And the gray weather, which made for a wonderful atmosphere and stayed with me all day, was not sloppy. On the last 3-4 kilometers it was again extremely generous and to celebrate the day the sky opened the floodgates at least a little. As lucky as I was with the weather on my tours this year - nothing could have been more appropriate than reaching the goal with a really wet bum.So that's it for this year! It was nice!
      I wish you all a happy new year and now many wonderful tours in 2022!

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      • 30 de diciembre de 2021

  6. ☠ R✪BIN 🥾 hizo una caminata.

    22 de diciembre de 2021

    A Susi, Turbo y 72 más les gusta.
    1. ☠ R✪BIN 🥾

      December 21st, the day before yesterday, was ✪ winter solstice. The shortest day of the year.
      From now on things are looking up again, there is a little more daylight every day. Yesterday we had to use that of course - after all, December 22nd in the ✪ Uckermark is a proud 5 seconds longer.
      It had also snowed a little here in the last few days and the frosty temperatures motivated the light powdered sugar blanket to lie down.
      So just right for a hike with sections of forest. A tour through the ✪ Melzower Forest, the largest ✪ nature reserve in the Uckermark, has been waiting for ages to finally be run! So yesterday the time had come.From ✪ Blankenburg we first went on a circular route around the small and large ✪ Burgsee.
      The only stupid thing was that the way was just gone! The first third of the had fallen victim to the plow and a certain idea of agricultural expansion. The rest had simply been brought back by ✪ nature.
      So - along the edge of the field. I tried to get back on the actual path a few times, but apart from thorn bushes and flooded thickets, nothing was to be found. Oh yes! ✪ Man-high reeds. And there was life in it !! I waded through ankle-deep water, almost straight in the direction of Pig's living room. Since I do not feel much desire to flee from a pack of angry wild boars in a gallop, I went back to the edge of the field as a precaution.
      A last attempt to find the previously existing path also failed. But this attempt will be remembered for a long time!
      Is it already ✪ Christmas? But hello! Definitive!! I heard a chirp ... looked at the water and saw a ✪ otter happily splashing around. Easily hectic and with shaky hands, I reached for the camera. I knew I only had one try for the photo. As soon as he sees me, he goes to a diving station. I pressed the shutter release, looked again and saw only water. But my ✪ Christmas present was razor sharp on the camera 🤩 What a great moment!
      Outwardly I didn't change my face, the physical shell was slowly freezing a little, but inside the pure serenity raged, glowing hot!In a correspondingly good mood, I made my way to the ✪ Melzower Forest, whose lightly snow-covered landscape was absolutely inspiring. Just a really nice forest with lots of great lakes.
      Then I went to ✪ Warnitz and the ✪ Oberuckersee and on to the village of ✪ Melzow, before the path led me back into the forest. Grandiose way the clouds said goodbye at lunchtime and so with the second part of the day the wish for an ✪ atmospheric winter hike with low ✪ sun was fulfilled.
      A lap around the ✪ Blankenburger See formed the final chord of this wonderful and very varied tour.
      The delightful ✪ winter landscape and some ✪ bird hunts mean lots of great photos, but also required a lot of time. It feels like I reached my goal ✪ 5 seconds before ✪ sunset! Fortunately, I didn't go on December 21st 😜

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      • 23 de diciembre de 2021

    1. ☠ R✪BIN 🥾

      ✪ Weekend and sunshine ... nice ... ✪ Nice crap! Our hope for a hike in the deep winter sun was dashed again this morning. In northern German one would describe today's weather as follows: ✪ Wonderful bright gray sky, n bushes of moist air and almost no wind!
      Translated, this meant for today's tour: ✪ Gloomy gray day - around noon I briefly suspected the sun might rise soon - and persistent continuous rain that was stubbornly and tirelessly blown into our faces by the wind!
      What the hell?! ✪ Headwind strengthens the character.
      So ✪ 50 Shades of Gray goes ✪ Brandenburg - just without masochism - because even without the sun it was a wonderful tour - without any agony - just a few wistful dreams of the cozy, cozy sofa.
      From ✪ Mühlenbeck it was first about the nature reserve ✪ Schönerlinder Teiche in the footsteps of ✪ Peter Lustig. In 1997, the former ponds and sewage fields were placed under nature protection and on March 31, 2010, on the 30th birthday of the ZDF program ✪ Löwenzahn, a four-kilometer adventure hiking trail, the so-called ✪ Dandelion Trail, was opened together with the ✪ Association of German Nature Parks.
      Peter Lustig said goodbye to Löwenzahn in 2005, but if you were born in the 70s, Fritz Fuchs doesn't count, then ✪ Löwenzahn = Peter Lustig !!
      Back to the dandelion path - it is definitely recommended. A great natural area with imposing ✪ water buffalo as animal gardeners.Via ✪ Mühlenbeck we continued through the fields with a somewhat foggy view towards ✪ Bergfelde. This was followed by a real ✪ flow route. Because ✪ Fiete and me took beautiful paths along ✪ Bieselfließ ✪ Kindelfließ and ✪ Tegeler Fließ. Of course, with flowing transitions, great views of the vastness of the meadows and fields and also with some ✪ animal photo models, which were sometimes more, sometimes less cooperatively photographed as they walked by. For me this caused joy, hunting fever, as well as despair and slight thoughts of bird murder in specimens that were too agile.Despite the weather - it was a beautiful day, a very entertaining and varied hike and definitely a route that calls for repetition in the fresh spring green and maybe with a little sunshine again.And anyone who still remembers Peter Lustig knows what always comes at the end.
      ✪ And now? Right. Switch off

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      • 18 de diciembre de 2021

  7. ☠ R✪BIN 🥾 y Fiete hicieron una caminata.

    11 de diciembre de 2021

    A Susi, Helga 🥾🎒👣❤️ y 105 más les gusta.
    1. ☠ R✪BIN 🥾

      Today we have again:
      ✪ Weather - Weather - and Weather !!
      The week was somehow nothing! The weather was dreary, the sky dull and gray. The lack of sunlight was really bad for me. And then a great comedian who is unrivaled for me has left this world. ✪ Mirco Nontschew was not only a wonderful memory of the 90s for me with his appearances on ✪ RTL Saturday Night, but the man was also responsible for a multitude of tearful fits of laughter in my youth. In short: Everything is stupid!
      Well ... not everything. At least there was some ✪ snow and the prospect of a ✪ winter hike made for a little cheer towards the end of the week.
      So get out - somewhere where, ideally, there is also a good ✪ width for the view. I went looking here and I found it !!
      Steffi's various tours through the ✪ Rote Luch definitely aroused curiosity and promised the desired foresight. And when, with a happy smile, I got to read from Andrea that for her alone the name ✪ Red Luch sounds like adventure, resistance and a pinch of eroticism - here at the latest I had to laugh a lot - I was sure to have tinkered with the right tour to have. A piece of ✪ Jakobsweg, ✪ adventure, resistance and eroticism and then a section of the ✪ German-Polish song path - the combination of these words alone made for amusement - and that was exactly what I wanted after this great week!The temperatures early on Saturday morning in ✪ Rehfelde weren't quite as bright at first. Fiete and I started in the direction of ✪ Werder and looked like the ✪ Michelin man and his wife at a very biting - 3 degrees, tendency falling.Shortly after we passed Werder, things got unintentionally sporty. The paths looked wonderful in this wintry landscape, but in sections they were as smooth as glass. So we had to fight hard to stay on our feet. With gigantic grace, of course, we tried ourselves as ✪ ballet dancers and ✪ ice princess - with success - in any case, it did not turn out to be a fallerina, although I feared large deductions in the B-grade.The tour, on the other hand, did not deserve any deductions. Although the predominant gray in gray of the sky in connection with the constant fog and visibility of max. 50 meters did not exactly provide the hoped for foresight, but it was precisely these weather conditions that created a ✪ wonderful atmosphere through the ✪ snowy landscape. The ✪ Rote Luch was also an absolute highlight - although there was a lack of eroticism - probably just too cold - but it was definitely an adventure - because with enthusiasm there was finally another opportunity for extensive ✪ bird hunts. Huge flocks of ✪ greenfinches and ✪ goldfinches carried out daring formation flights and there was resistance too! At least absolutely uncooperative ✪ chaffinches resisted being photographed resolutely and successfully. Cheekiness - but definitely to get over, because the entire tour was really ✪ bird-friendly! For the first time ✪ bullfinches and a ✪ crested lark presented themselves in front of the camera. Just like numerous ✪ nuthatches populated the forest, ✪ green and great spotted woodpeckers drummed loudly on rotten branches and ✪ peregrine falcon and ✪ buzzard posed in the trees in a highly decorative manner.The ✪ Maxsee also caused enthusiasm - there was a short break with a magnificent view of the slightly frozen lake - pure idyll - if it hadn't been so cold we would have been able to sit there forever. And the last few kilometers through the ✪ Rotpfuhlfeld, through ✪ Zinndorf and on the ✪ German-Polish song trail were really nice, even if the steps became increasingly difficult - after almost 28 kilometers through the snow, the legs slowly reported: IT'S ENOUGH !!Hi! Hello you! Yes you or you or you! Well, could I boob you here at the bar?
      In memory of ✪ Mirco Nontschew and his time at ✪ RTL Saturday Night, I want to formulate today's conclusion as follows:
      Today there was no way to curdle. Not to the Idschi Finseln and also not to Audi Sarabia - and you couldn't fuck from a bogus hip into the Blerne ...
      And yet ... it was a ✪ layered and toned rour.

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      • 11 de diciembre de 2021

  8. ☠ R✪BIN 🥾 hizo una caminata.

    27 de noviembre de 2021

    A Marchocia, HelgaK. y 84 más les gusta.
    1. ☠ R✪BIN 🥾

      The last act!On October 6, 2020, the ✪ Märkische Landweg began for me in ✪ Feldberg.
      Once across the ✪ Uckermark.
      Through the ✪ Feldberg lake landscape,
      the ✪ Schorfheide and through
      the ✪ Lower Oder Valley -
      After 3 national parks, 10 stages or 8 hikes and exactly ✪ 240 kilometers, I reached the observation tower in ✪ Mescherin today and thus also the end of the Märkisches Landweg.
      ✪ There is no need for a report today.
      ✪ Today there is no need for a description.
      ✪ Today you need a plea !!
      A passionate plea for this incredibly beautiful multi-stage hiking trail.
      Because the ✪ Märkische Landweg is an ✪ imposition!
      Because the fascination of this area is likely to be revealed to the brave, I want to encourage more hikers here in the Uckermark to get up and go and ideally take others with them.
      This path as a whole is as if painted - like a beautiful, aesthetic picture with incredible depth. But not classic landscape painting.
      Not like an idyllic Arcadian painting
      ✪ Nicolas Poussins or ✪ Claude Lorrains,
      just as little as one of the melancholy masterpieces ✪ Casper David Friedrichs.
      No. This hiking trail is an impressive, scenic ✪ kaleidoscope, a fascinating one
      ✪ Parallel world to fast-paced everyday life, which told me a three-dimensional story of our nature and the region by moving through it and being moved by it.
      The Märkische Landweg was a gigantic and sublime ✪ experience for me, which I felt with both euphoric ✪ enthusiasm and increased
      ✪ Leaving humility in front of the beauty of our nature. I was able to see and experience so much on every single hike. Every tour was special, beautiful, ✪ especially beautiful. And I can't say which one was the most beautiful for me.
      With the end of today's ✪ 10th and last stage and the arrival at the ✪ Oder in ✪ Mescherin, I can therefore say that this path as a whole is still a bit more than the sum of its individual parts.It was certainly not always comfortable, but incredibly beautiful and pleasant. And I can only recommend and wish this experience to everyone. This hike picks you up where the ✪ wanderlust needs it and moves you exactly where you deserve it.The collection of all tours is available at: ✪ komoot.de/collection/1102654/-maerkischer-landweg?ref=undefined

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      • 27 de noviembre de 2021

  9. ☠ R✪BIN 🥾 y 2 más hicieron una caminata.

    22 de noviembre de 2021

    A Gudrun, Marchocia y 75 más les gusta.
    1. ☠ R✪BIN 🥾

      After the weather had surprised us so unexpectedly on our yesterday's city tour through ✪ Hamburg ✪ komoot.de/tour/573584719?ref=wtd ✪ and the previous November was not exactly generous with beautiful autumnal sunny days, We really had no choice this morning.The ✪ old home presented itself with a bright blue sky - not a cloud in sight - and then also wonderfully cold, clear air. Therefore, an extensive breakfast had to be omitted and lunch was allowed to take a back seat. You will eat later - first get out!The nice thing about tours at home is that you don't have to plan around for a long time - you know the paths - you know where it should be nice right now and you can just start walking.
      Accordingly, it just started through the ✪ Melbeck ✪ meadows and ✪ fields - without much planning - but not without a plan - but absolutely cloudless - terrific !!
      Just as beautiful as a little local history - because a detour to the ✪ Old Watermill on the ✪ Melbeck Bach was also on the route.
      The historic building was first mentioned in a document in 1265.
      The current mill building as a warehouse was built in 1907 and was then extended in 1923.
      The old oil and grist mill became a modern mill that also produced flour
      good quality a firm circle of bakers in and around Lüneburg very much appreciated.
      In the seventies the mill was shut down due to the general death of the mills and the associated agriculture was sold. Today the mill is privately owned and, as a unique industrial monument with the old mill machines as contemporary witnesses, offers a special kind of space - because where the miller once milled - today people are diligently married and celebrated.

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      • 22 de noviembre de 2021

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