Our private wilderness changes its face every week and shows us what nature can do without any influence. Tobias. the apple tree who was just a stick with roots four weeks ago has grown a lot of leaves and a lot of birds come to see us every morning. And Wolfgang the squirrel becomes less and less shy. I guess he likes being photographed. At least he stares at me while I’m taking pictures.
We hired some bikes and made a tour in the direction of the famous lighthouse. It was so hot this day that we didn’t get there but already the part we did was wonderful. It’s pure green and dark blue vastness with horses, birds and endless, empty beaches.
At the end of the day there was one more color: The shiny red of my sunburn.
The “Dicke Marie” She is supposed to be more than 800 years old and the oldest tree in Berlin, much older than the oak in Grunewald near to Schwanenwerder. The name was given to her by the Humboldt Brothers after a well known overweight cook in the Castle Of Tegel. In 1778 even Goethe […]
Ketzin From Ketzin to Paretz Wild Gooses Meet Up Schleuse Pareetz Paretz Paretz is an “experimental and exemplary” village from the 18th century. King Friedrich Wilhelm III bought it in 1800 to live there with his wife Queen Louise and to redesign it with architect David Gilly. The […]
We went on a hike from Puerto Vilamil to the Wall of Tears, which is the only remaining evidence from the times where this part of Isabela Island has been a penitentiary colony (1946-59) for prisoners from the mainland. In 1959 this episode ended with a massiv escape, including the kidnapping of an US yacht, […]
Location: Nuthe-Nieplitz Naturschutzgebiet, Wildenbruch, Fresdorfer Heide, Pferdesteig, Backofenberg, Grämnitzberge, Poschfenn, Schafgraben, Rauher Berg, Kähnsdorfer See, Großer Seddiner See, Wildenbruch / Weather: 10-15°C, mostly cloudy but sunny at the end/ Distance: 17,5 km / Mood: captivated by the crazy singing, ranting and clucking birds everywhere / Animals spotted: 1 deer, wild gooses, herons, 1 rabbit, a (too) big spider, small birds with […]