Información sobre JR56
Mitten in Schleswig-Holstein, in der schönen Stadt Rendsburg, bin ich geboren und habe dort die ersten 20 Jahre meines Lebens verbracht.
Weitere 20 Jahre habe ich in Hamburg gewohnt. Jetzt habe ich bereits seit 25 Jahren mein Domizil in Schwarzenbek im Herzogtum Lauenburg in Schleswig-Holstein.Ich war schon immer viel auf Schusters Rappen und mit dem Fahrrad unterwegs gewesen. Zunächst in Rendsburg und Umgebung - später dann auch die ganze deutsche & dänische Nord/Ostseeküste rauf und runter sowie auch überregional in Deutschland, Europa und USA.Seit Oktober 2017 bin ich - nach über 45 Jahren im Berufsleben - im wohlverdienten Ruhestand und habe jetzt endlich mehr Zeit, mit meinem Trekkingrad, MTB oder auch gerne per pedes auf Entdeckertouren zu gehen.Ich fahre ein KALKHOFF INCLUDE mit einem 60er Rahmen und aktuell 47er Reifen. Eine "ALL DAY RIDE CONSTRUCTION" (E-Trekkingbike) mit der ich sowohl relativ schnell auf Straßen, als auch gut im leichten Gelände unterwegs sein kann.
Für schwierigeres Gelände habe ich ein E-MTB Fully SERIOUS BEAR ROCK mit einem 54er Rahmen und 57er Stollenreifen.
Bei Komoot bin ich seit 2014 registriert. Meine Touren zeichne ich mit Komoot seit 2017 auf - aktuell
mit meinem Smartphone Samsung Galaxy S10+ und fotografiere damit auch.
Das Punkteranking bei Komoot ist umstritten, wie die Reaktionen manchmal zeigen. Ich persönlich finde es gut und es macht mir Spaß.
LG Jörg 🙂
Today's tour began on the Hörn, at the southern tip of the Kiel Fjord and led along the east bank. Via Laboe and through the small Baltic Sea resorts of California & Brazil we went on to Schönberger Beach. The two places have unusual names, but are otherwise only "normal" and relatively inconspicuous places, but have beautiful beaches. But still a fun idea to call it that.Then I cycled back across the Propteier landscape.
Further information about the provost office:
probstei.de/die-probsteier-landschaft.htmlThe weather was so great and I still had a lot of time, so I made a detour to downtown Kiel and drove the fjord on the other side to Holtenau up to the NOK.
There was really something going on on the promenade. Everywhere only happy and good-humored people. Like the good old days. It was great to just be free again and to be able to enjoy it that way. Hopefully it stays that way now. 😊
Hace 5 días
Today I had the "Langen Otto", as the Hahnheider Tower is popularly known, all to myself. Not a soul to see or hear far and wide - wonderful! The distance view was unfortunately a bit cloudy today, but that didn't matter at all - it was just great to have been upstairs again.
Back then I drove a bit cross-country and crossed the Steinau barefoot. I had a lot of fun. However, I cannot recommend this section of the route to follow, because it is too "special". 😉
Hace 6 días
Before the great afternoon heat came, we drove past the former murder mill through Büchen to the Elbe-Lübeck Canal (ELK). There along the canal to Siebeneichen and back past the ex-Guldenburgs in Wotersen. The cable ferry in Siebeneichen is currently temporarily out of service. Nice tour - just right for us today. 😊
5 de junio de 2021
It was stormy and fresh today on the west coast of the Bay of Lübeck with mostly sunny weather. On the trail I had strong and annoying headwinds the whole time. The kite surfers at the pier in Großenbrode were happy about the wind strength and had ideal conditions. Very interesting to watch them master the wind and waves.
On the way back, I had a great tailwind and I was able to cycle relaxed. I cycled as close to the coast as possible and back across the country. It was an interesting tour with a lot to see.
Of course, I also drove over the "largest coat hanger in the world", as the Fehmarnsund Bridge is popularly known, when I'm around here. Always an impressive experience.
On the way back, I particularly liked Gut Görtz with its diverse art and craft exhibitions and the Cismar monastery.
2 de junio de 2021
Today we went back to our old home in Hamburg and visited old places. In Hamburg City Park, City Nord and in Parkfriedhof Ohlsdorf, the largest park cemetery in the world.
We had lived there nearby for 20 years and I worked in City Nord for over 40 years.
With more than 150 hectares, the Hamburg City Park is a real "multicultural location". On nice weekends, more than 200,000 visitors come here who take advantage of the wide range of leisure activities and do sports, barbecue, make music or just want to relax.
The city park is always worth a tour - especially now that the rhododendrons and other plants are in full bloom.
The Ohlsdorf park cemetery is also worth seeing. It's so spacious that you can really get lost. It's good that you can navigate well there with Komoot. On foot it would probably take more than a day to see it all.City Nord is one of the most important business locations in Hamburg.
There is currently good construction going on everywhere.
I'm curious what it will look like when everything is finished.The following links provide further information:friedhof-hamburg.de/die-friedhoefe/ohlsdorfhamburg-tourism.de/sehen-erleben/gruenes-hamburg/parks-gruenanlagen/stadtparkcity-nord.eu
31 de mayo de 2021
On a Sunday afternoon in the best possible weather, I cycled comfortably around Schwarzenbek, although the length of the route was actually a little more than a marathon. Good decision to stay here in the local area. There were relatively few people on the way, we could cycle relaxed and now enjoy a nice cold beer on the terrace
30 de mayo de 2021
I had planned this tour across the country and through the villages south of the Elbe for a long time. Today was the right day for it. Between Geesthacht, Lüneburg and Lauenburg the rain radar showed no rain - so we started shortly after 08:00.
The weather was great and it was getting warmer. From 10:00 a few came towards me in shorts and t-shirts. With long trousers and a jacket I felt overdressed and it was really too warm. So jacket on and pants rolled up. Not pretty, but functional. Later it got windier and I was glad I hadn't made the Baltic Sea tour that was originally planned for today. This will follow later when the summer weather is great.From Schwarzenbek we first went down to Geesthacht to the Elbe, over the Elbe bridge to Tespe, southwards to Bardowick, from there to Scharnebeck and via Lüdersburg northwards via Lauenburg back again.Unfortunately, there were no ships to be seen at the ship lift in Scharnebeck today. They probably had a Whitsun break. It is usually a really great technical spectacle to see how the ships are lifted up there 38 m in an "elevator".
The Elbuferweg in Lauenburg, which I actually wanted to drive along a bit, was flooded today. So I had to reschedule a bit. Doesn't matter at all - everything is fine - the alternative route was great
24 de mayo de 2021
The tour today began at the Donnerschleuse and led along the Elbe-Lübeck Canal (ELK) to Lübeck and back along the Wakenitz on the Drägerweg and along the Ratzeburg Lake. A short detour to Ratzeburg is of course also part of it.Although threatening, dark rain clouds were gathering all around, the weather gods were kind to me and I stayed dry. I only had to shelter briefly in Lübeck
19 de mayo de 2021