French power pylons... they never get a day off !! They're
worked till they drop, and then they're just left where they fall !!
bit of history here.
"L"Arsenal" in Metz, built by the Germans right after they won the town from France in 1870.
Building is still there, but it's derelict ; There are trees growing through the roof
|Idyllic rural scene on the road from Metz to Germany. Everything in frant's is electric, including the rural vistas.
what has come of all those graveyards: the border between frant's
[ which, as you'll recall, is 'c' on the autobahn ]
my first stopover in germany and
hometown of Hans and Liz Kneip. ( Hans is one of the original RJH
Biomeds, now retired)
this picture in the Stadtmusee in Saarlouis
|But look at the
"Self-Portrait With Camera"
taken outside Zweibrucken.
last. The Germans are getting serious about highways!!
A new viaduct under construction east of Hauenstein
was standing on the sidewalk in Saarbrucken, muttering at my English-German
is from Merritt BC and has been living in
|Mid season maintenance in the Pfalz vinyards . Tiny narrow tractors run up and down between the rows of vines. On the front is an inverted-U shaped hedge trimmer that cuts off straggling branches. Hanging out the back is a mower to keep down the grass between the rows.
|The town square (Grosplaz) in Landau
the bar at the hotel in Lingenfeld.
Spent some time with Suzanna (German),
John (Scottish), and James (Yorkshireman).
Talked about pan-european politics and other things.