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In The Interim – Germany by bicycle

September 12, 2012


Heading to Germany by train from the coast of France and being sent to the wrong Freiburg by SNCF


Pround owners of two bikes about to set off on a 3000km adventure


Sierd trying to make some money in Frieburg. No, just street theatre.



Yes, the weather in Frieburg, and for the 5 days following was not great but the streets were beautifully paved. Puts our stamped concrete to shame.


Retrieving the bikes from the cellar to start out on our first day.


Yes, our first journey was by train from Freiburg to Titisee. Note the moving escalator for the bike to get up the stairs.


Here is where the Donau starts at he bubbling spring in Donaueschingen.

6 Comments leave one →
  1. Louise permalink
    September 12, 2012 07:19

    Great pics! Love the bike escalator.

  2. Sue Donaldson permalink
    September 12, 2012 09:25

    The WRONG Freiburg? How about your language skills?? What I am wondering is who took the picture of the both of you at the Donau spring? Hope the weather has improved! xxx

  3. Admiral Wayno permalink
    September 12, 2012 11:31

    Oh boy, this is gonna be good. Keep it coming. Sierd, you look terrific!

  4. Anne Boldt permalink
    September 12, 2012 13:44

    Hey U 2, Is it really 3000 km you are riding????
    Could you send us a picture of a map of your route so we can follow you along?
    Love your pics!
    Love U 2!!
    Take good care!
    Annie B.

  5. Anne Boldt permalink
    September 12, 2012 13:46

    Love the scarves too Tony..maybe you can get Sierd wearing them by the end of your ride? Annie B.

  6. September 18, 2012 03:36

    I seldom check this email address so I’m glad I did this morning! Lovely – I’m so impressed with you!

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