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Bodenseebiker Thurgau
 

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  1. Bodenseebiker Thurgau salió con la MTB.

    Hace aprox. 5 horas

    01:21
    18,2 km
    13,4 km/h
    250 m
    200 m
    A Sonica82, Karin y 41 más les gusta.
    1. Bodenseebiker Thurgau

      Today we went to the Bike Park Märstetten to have some fun. The course has a lot to offer and should not be underestimated, especially if the wood is damp, so be careful.We continued on a few forest trails to the Lost Place - an old dining car from the nostalgic Orient Express, which unfortunately fell victim to the vandals. For years I've been stopping by there from time to time, but now everything is shredded, destroyed and parts of the interior can be found in the surrounding area. Today I made film recordings, also from the inside and on October 31st. comes a Halloween special 🎃Video with a few lost places "Oh horror"! 👻There is not much more to report today. Tomorrow I'll be on my way to a lost place that is still unknown to me and I'm curious to see if I can find it. It is located in a forest and this was very relevant for industrialization.With this in mind, I wish everyone a nice evening and Happy Ride On 🤟 🤟 🤟
      Elmar

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  2. A Biggi, Hilfiker Max y 96 más les gusta.
    1. Bodenseebiker Thurgau

      Today's MTB round trip starts from the hiking car park at the Haidenhaus above Steckborn and leads via panorama and high-altitude path through forests and over a few trails to the historic stone table. The stone table belongs to the nearby Liebenfels Castle. This was built around 1254 and the tower room in particular has a very special story that I have told a couple of times.At the stone table there was knight's feast with wine, women and song in the Middle Ages and the next campaigns were discussed. No wonder this place was discovered by famous poets in the 19th century and they let the evenings end at the table; so among others Hoffmann von Fallersleben (poet of the Deutschlandlied), Professor Adolf Ludwig Follen and Gottfried Keller - this is said to have stated here on an autumn evening according to tradition: "Oh eyes, drink what holds the eyelashes from the golden abundance of the world."I could go a lot further, but such and other exciting stories will appear in my new book.We continue to one of the greatest viewpoints - to the Hochwacht and then to the pilgrimage church of Klingenzell and I will now reveal the secret of the magic spell.The Benedict Cross forms part of this sundial. CSSML is written vertically on it and that means in Latin crux sancta sit mihi lux - the cross is my light. Horizontal is NDSMD - Non draco sit mihi duc - You devil, don't seduce me. On the circle is VRSN - SMV - SMQ - LIVB and translated it means like Satan soft, you drink bad things to me - you are the poison ..... Exactly this is the saying Benedict said about the poison drink that monks mixed for him to have. As soon as Benedict had spoken the last word, the jug broke and a snake escaped.A new route then takes you to Klingenberg Castle. The history of Klingenberg Castle goes back to the 13th century, when a fortress was built on the castle hill behind today's castle. The former castle was once the ancestral seat of the von Klingenberg family of ministers, who established a closed judicial system here in the second half of the 13th century. The lords of Klingenberg were influential servants of the Habsburgs and provided a number of important abbots, bishops, diplomats, knights and poets.Of the noble Klingenbergers, Heinrich II in particular is known today. He was Chancellor of King Rudolf von Habsburg and became Bishop of Constance in 1293. When the Klingenberg family died out, the rule was inherited in 1360 by Hermann von Breitenlandenberg, in 1407 by Ulrich Peyer and in 1448 by Friedrich von Heidenheim, in whose line she remained for over 200 years. Then it burned again and again and parts had to be rebuilt. Today it is privately owned, but you can still see a lot.Another steep ascent and you end up back at Haidenhaus.So if you want to escape the November fog soup, there is often sunshine upstairs, you can find out about it via the webcam: struch.ch.I'm still drawn to a bike park and lost places for the days and hope to make another film clip.With that in mind, have a nice evening and Happy Ride On 🤟🤟🤟

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  3. Bodenseebiker Thurgau planificó una salida en MTB.

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  4. Patrick Göser y Bodenseebiker Thurgau dieron un paseo en bici.

    Hace 3 días

    03:13
    48,3 km
    15,0 km/h
    280 m
    270 m
    A UdoS, Anita y 155 más les gusta.
    1. Patrick Göser

      After a good night's sleep and a delicious breakfast at Melchior in the Allgäu, I made my way to Meersburg this morning. Meeting with Elmar at the port. From there we set out on a delightful and panoramic tour at its finest. In the best conditions, past the pile dwellings, the Birnau visits to Überlingen. Crossed by ship to Dingelsdorf. Past the Mainau in the direction of Konstanz. Small detour to Switzerland and then on to Staad where we ended the beautiful day at the harbor. Elmar that was another great trip *** I'm looking forward to the next time ... Greetings Patrick

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  5. A Marko, Thomas y 136 más les gusta.
    1. Bodenseebiker Thurgau

      A special day today, with great weather, with many great impressions, a mega funny tour with Patrick. In terms of altitude, it will be the healthy middle and would follow the plan.Start from Meersburg to the pile dwellings in Unteruhldingen and via Birnau monastery with the great baroque and view of the Überlingersee, it goes to Überlingen and the Minster St. Nikolaus.The five-aisled basilica was built between 1350 and 1576 in the late Gothic style. The furnishings of the largest late Gothic church building on Lake Constance include a really special carved altar by Jörg Zürn, a masterpiece. It is the nationally most important work of art created between 1613 and 1616.What has not been conveyed historically is the importance of the Sweden Ball and who knows it? Write it down in the comments below.It is a cannonball from the siege of Überlingen.The first bullets from the attack by the Swedes in the 30 Years War on Überlingen in 1634 were carried into the church and benediceret by clergy to neutralize their harmful effects. A Swedish ball was hung up in the minster. I found this, who else?There is still a lot to discover in Überlingen and there will be special video documentation.The ferry to Wallhausen from Überlingen no longer runs on weekends in winter time. But there are alternatives.Via Dingelsdorf it goes to Mainau and then via a few small trails to the Bismarck Tower. Well, I've reported about it a couple of times now. A pleasure is the peace and quiet and the view.Departure to the port of Constance, the council and further on the Swiss side, it goes back to the Schänzle and the StreetArt area and on to the mole to Staad with a last common picture.Great tour, lots of fun, lots to see. If you feel like it, come along and get in touch.With this in mind, have a nice evening and Happy Ride On 🤟🤟🤟Elmar

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  6. Bodenseebiker Thurgau planificó una salida en MTB.

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    A Paul Mura, Jűrgen Spengler y 7 más les gusta.
    1. NiTe

      Then have fun you two.
      Weather looks promising and increases the pressure for great pictures 😎😉

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  7. Bodenseebiker Thurgau salió con la MTB.

    11 de octubre de 2021

    01:05
    17,1 km
    15,9 km/h
    180 m
    180 m
    A J.C. 🎣, Bergmädchen y 120 más les gusta.
    1. Bodenseebiker Thurgau

      Short today's exit around the monastery island Reichenau. Great atmosphere, very few visitors and the highlight to sit at the sand soul and look out and let your mind wander. Keep soul to soul and with a short quote: The soul feeds on what it enjoys.I'm leaving it at that today, looking forward to new tours and as much humor and nonsense as possible.There is something new in the pipeline. Hope from Saturday.Happy Ride On 🤟🤟🤟Elmar

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      • 11 de octubre de 2021

  8. Bodenseebiker Thurgau salió con la MTB.

    10 de octubre de 2021

    A EKO, Daniel 525 y 116 más les gusta.
    1. Bodenseebiker Thurgau

      Today's pleasure tour went to the Bismarck Tower in Constance. The tower built on a 50m high hill has a special history. Briefly to the facts:... it is one of the highest observation towers in Baden-Württemberg
      ... the tower is 22.70 m high
      ... the building cost around 30,000 marks in 1911/1912, from 1924 the Reichsmark was introduced
      … The first official visitor in 1912 was Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin
      Something more about the history of the tower:
      The inauguration of the tower took place on October 18, 1912.
      On June 21, 1913, Bismarck supporters from Constance celebrated a solstice celebration at the Bismarck Tower.
      In the spring of 1917 an aerial observation station was set up on the top of the tower. After the First World War (until at least 1929) a tower keeper looked after the visitors. From March 1933, the NSDAP celebrations were held at the tower.
      The fire bowl and the flame bowls on the front pedestal pedestals (no longer present) were used every year until 1944/45 on Bismarck's birthday on April 1st. as well as at the summer solstice on June 21st. ignited.
      In the 1970s, the unlocked building had deteriorated, windows, doors and the vestibule showed signs of vandalism.
      In summer, it's best to take picnic stuff with you and enjoy the view and the peace and quiet by the tower.We continued to the port area of Konstanz and to the white cage on a pole at the port entrance. I don't think many people know that this is a woman's stake. In the Middle Ages, women were sewn into a sack and drowned exactly at this point. Most of them were convicted adulteresses, without words. The jurisdiction was on the island of Reichenau, from there the convicts were brought to Allensbach on the Gnadensee and the women stopped at the stake, others to the gallows near Allensbach. A mass grave was only discovered there two years ago. A living cat, snakes and co. Was sewn into the sack. Cruel times.
      The tour continues to Bottighofen and Münsterlingen and then ends in Kreuzlingen.
      At the moment the beer gardens are still open, I wrote once, anyone who is interested in a joint historical tour can contact me, it will probably only work in October this year.I wish you all a nice evening and Happy Ride On 🤟🤟🤟Elmar

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      • 10 de octubre de 2021

  9. A paulo, Manfred Dilger y 125 más les gusta.
    1. Bodenseebiker Thurgau

      Today's tour goes a bit into the hinterland, towards Märstetten (TG) with a great panorama and to 2 castle ruins and then it goes back via the Wolfsberg over a few trails.I think it's a cool round, varied and historical. If you still want to install the lustful Napoleon Tower, you are, so to speak, on the route and you can enjoy a great panorama from above or something else :-) Depending on your gusto :-)You know I am dealing with energies, flowing forces, Celtic symbols and today I found my power tree willow very special. This stands for vitality and flexibility. If you would like to find out more about this, please do not hesitate to contact us. :-) What is your power tree?Schleifenrain ruin built in the 12th century and has a somewhat bizarre story that I have probably already told. Who does not know:So I'll shorten the whole thing - there is suspected a treasure in the place under a rock.Accordingly, a heavily indebted farmer lived below the Zapfeloo castle hill. When he was about to hang himself in despair, a dwarf appeared and asked why. "I'm up to my ears in debt, nobody wants to help me, so I want to hang myself." The dwarf offered him a loan on condition that it be repaid. The farmer got out of debt and wanted to return the borrowed money. When he called, another dwarf stepped out and said that his lender had died, but that he was releasing the money because he had successfully cleared his debts. The farmer was a little suspicious, but honest, and just to be on the safe side, buried the money for the dwarf who had lent it to him on site. Many others later tried to find the treasure under the castle hill.Autumn / winter time again for stories and to write my book "Places of Power on Lake Constance".I have reported on the Altenburg ruins a few times and I have to say that this year filming came up too short. I think I'll only do one more this year to report on the Celtic graves. Halloween Special is canceled this year.If the topic is canceled, there will be no Schinenvelo event this year either, that is new in planning for 2022. Instead, Beate has planned a hike on Wednesday, October 13th, 2021 Hegau, Donauversickerung, is also looking at it.I wish everyone a nice evening and if you like you can come with me on a tour, feel always free. Happy Ride On 🤟🤟🤟
      Elmar

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      • 9 de octubre de 2021

  10. A BruGer, Dirk y 120 más les gusta.
    1. Bodenseebiker Thurgau

      Today's training round led along the lake to Radolfzell and from there we took the ferry back to Mannenbach and the starting point in Ermatingen.It is a varied tour and those who want to immerse themselves in history can do so in Stein am Rhein, for example in the Museum Kloster Sankt Georgen or take a look at the pile dwellings in Wangen.The Minster in Radolfzell is also worth mentioning. With a height of 82 m - the highest church tower on Lake Constance.Either way there is a lot to discover. Only those who set out will discover new things. Who would like to discover?With this in mind, I wish everyone a good Sunday and Happy Ride On 🤟🤟🤟Elmar

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      • 3 de octubre de 2021

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