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A boattrip is funny, a boattrip is nice

come with me comrad, we will do it twice!
We’ll do it on Neckar, we’ll do it on Rhine,
a boattrip is funny, a boattrip is fine!
A little bit drunken are the cachemates laying in the arms each other and are walking through the vineyards, some of them sit down in little hidden places to becoming familiar [...]

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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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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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Back from Berlin

Last few days I stayed at Berlin for meeting other cachers, podcasting and geocaching. Oh, and watching the big “Feuerwerk” at the Brandenburger Tor on silvester!
By the way I visited 3 museum The Bode-Museum , the old national gallery and the “Mauer-Museum” at Checkpoint Charlie.
And I found some caches! One of the tricky one [...]

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at night….

                
At night normally I’m staying at home; but since I’m doing geocaching, you’ll find me more often in the woods or fields at night.
Last weekend I met two other geocacher called “cyberberry’s” from the area around Pforzheim and we did a exciting nightcache: “Operation Papa November” GC1HBW5.
The week before we did this cache, I [...]

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Autumn - best time for geocaching

There are two reasons, why I love the autumn for caching: the warm and bright light of the last sun and - sometimes - the foggy and rainy weather with muggles inside their houses and not outside!
Now I’ll write about a wonderfull cache near Heidelberg called “Broken Stone“-Cache GCFDAB“. It starts at the old castle [...]

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200 and X…. caches found

now I’ll be in the statistic! The last weekend, staying at Kkassel with EelliPirelli, was very successfull; I found 52 caches; only 3 DNf’s.
The area around Kassel is called “paradies for cachers” because ther are so many caches within a circle of 5 kilometers, that you can’t get it all.
I tried and yes, it’s true! [...]

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