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Winter in Heidelberg

It’s not very often, that we have snow in Heidelberg. This year it’s the second time, that we have enough snow to go with a sleigh for a ride downhill or make a nice tour through the white winter forest and find some caches nearby!
Last sunday I met Thomas and his dog at 3 oaks, [...]

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Summer at the Lake Constanze

As I wrote some days ago, I’ve been one week in Langenargen, a small village between Friedrichshafen and Lindau.
There is a old castle, built in the late 19th century, called “Schloss Montfort” on the shore and the small harbour is like the harbours in former times.
You can walk several kilometres along the shore in both [...]

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On Sunday I’ll start my first holidays this year; I’ll go to Langenargen, a village at the Lake Constanze. It lays just about 30 km far from Bregenz in Austria, so we tried to get some tickets for the opera Aida on the floating stage at the Bregenzer Festspiele. [...]

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Yesterday I planned a short cachetrip after work. But after a look out of my window at home, I decided to stay at home. Dark clouds were coming faster and faster and after a few minutes the rain and storm started with flashes and thunder.
After ten minutes, all has gone and the sun was shining. [...]

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Cornwall in September

It sounds a little funny to write about Cornwall in September because it’s June, but today I fixed up my journey to Cornwall, starting in september!
And I’m funny about it, seven days in my preferred country, on the paths of Elizabeth George’s Inspector Lynley, visiting - hopefully - lovely gardens and parks, old castles and [...]

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L’Adiposette is my name.
Since september 2008 I’m the geocaching-mate from struwwelchen. Preferably I’m with struwwelchen at here cache-toures. I normally live in her backpack inside her cachemobil; but the most of the time, when she is in her car, I’m on the top of the car dashboard or I try to come [...]

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what mushroom - solved

it’s a “Spechttintling”, Coprinus picaceus;
unfortunately not edible but rarely in our forrest.
here the wikipedia article; I didn’t found any article in the english wikipedia.

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what mushroom?

On my way to a new cache I found this mushroom. It is about 10 - 15 cm long and it looks like the icecram “Magnum” But what kind of mushroom is it?
Cause I don’t know much about mushrooms, the only I’ll remember when I see it is a fly agaric, in german called: Fliegenpilz. [...]

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