13 months in Baden Wurtemburg


Whew!! 13 months here have really flown by and now it is time for the next chapter!! A review in photos of all the fun I have experienced living abroad here in Germany.

A Sunday Drive in the Black Forrest


Make an Impression


Make me an offer!!! Making a good impression ...with beautiful, original art. As seen in a January post I wrote,  I dream of selling an art piece of my very own, an adventure in eBay sales for sure!!! The price is currently at $700--but this is negotiable for sure, so make me an offer!! Van … Continue reading Make an Impression

Black Forrest National Forrest and a Village


  15 kilometers in one day makes a very happy woman, and very tired feet!!! The adventure began with a tram ride to the North, and disembarking in Raumümzach--which only has one stop for the village (which also boasts a lovely place called 'Hotel Waterfall'). I packed my lunch, grabbed my rucksack and off I … Continue reading Black Forrest National Forrest and a Village

Giving a Schwarzwald tour


Woohoo!! My Grandfather came to visit me....and I marked off another item on my dream-list. I gave a family member a tour!!! Yes, it is true and I found it fun and exciting. My Grandfather visited from Sunday through Tuesday evening here in Southwest Germany and willingly adventured with me around the area. We had … Continue reading Giving a Schwarzwald tour

The Legend of…St. George, the dragon slayer


According to the Golden Legend, the narrative episode of Saint George and the Dragon took place somewhere he called "Silene", in Libya; the Golden Legend is the first to place this story in Libya as a sufficiently exotic locale, where a dragon might be found. In the tenth-century Georgian narrative, the place is the fictional … Continue reading The Legend of…St. George, the dragon slayer

Hobbled by Cobbles, Freiberg, Germany


Once upon a time...a long, long time ago, I dreamt of excitment, not tripping over uneven cobble stones, which is how I literally stumbled across some amazing things on the streets of Freiburg--I think, therefore I am not sure, that these were once markers of cities, trades or something that were once welcome into the … Continue reading Hobbled by Cobbles, Freiberg, Germany