Who can believe this lake? We took a cable car to the top of the Herzogstand, a great mountain to walk down. Our sunny day! We made the most of it.
We passed several of these marvelous setups--the alpine stream is diverted through a wooden pole into a hollow log trough, so hikers can get a drink.
Because they always do, the boys set to work "improving" the engineering,
while we ate chocolate.
Back at last and weary, sitting down to dinner. Have to say I was pretty proud of the meals I prepared every night in our little kitchen, serving VERY hungry people, some of whom are gluten-free, others dairy-free, and still others vegetarian, Rule of thumb? Sausages and vegetables and bread.
The Composer had laundry duty. We kept him busy.
Ah, the village geraniums. I especially loved this red windowbox because some days it hung inside the garage, decorating the inner space. Then it would be hung outside.
An empty beer garden. Chestnut trees again.
Rainy station, and we're off to Munich for the day.
Knitters and readers.
We divided into two groups for our day in the city. Cornelia and I were team captains and each provided the other with a list of ten items that had to be photographed before the end of the day. While our team never found a "transit museum", they got everything on their list including a cake with cherries, a conductor, string, a yellow umbrella, and two cats together.
We made the most of our time by visiting the Bavarian Historical Museum while scavenging. Such beautiful church art!
So loved this statue of Jesus on a wheeled donkey--just pull Him right in for Palm Sunday.
A chess set.
An awesome table setting with silver service for thirty.
Cornelia indulging her yarn obsession.
Coffee and cake. Again, guys?