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... we were treated to a lecture by fellow passenger Bob Toepper. Bob was a professor at Concordia River Forest. His masters thesis was "Father's Faith, Children's Language. The transition of the Missouri Synod". Bob talked about Martin Stephan and the movement of the LCMS creation.
It has been an enlightening and educational day. The night was capped off with a delicious dinner and fellowship.
Blog to come...had too much work to do today...but I wrote a review on Happy Cow of the K41 café in Augsburg.
... and we would not have been able to either ride let alone camp in it!
So we caught the train to Augsburg and found a nice little hostel called uber nacht, which was in the centre of town and was 40 euros for both of us in our own room. Phhhheeeewwwwwww.
Augsburg is sooooooooo beautiful!!! After we had checked in and unloaded our things we went for a nice little wander around the town. We found a bookshop and I bought a new book which is hilarious! It ...
... water so walked towards it and round a river so walks through the bush and found the surfers. Man it was cool. Sat there for about an hour just watching them. It looked really hard but a lot of fun. The river was really fast but man the guys were good. Then walked back past a nice garden and found a supermarket so got 5 bananas, 4 bread rolls, 2 yogurts and some chocolate biscuits for 3.60. Then ate a bun as I hadn't eaten since 7 and now it was 5.
Walked back through the ...
... I don't think we will return to a concentration camp site. Seeing one is enough to understand the horrors of WWII in a way that I hadn't fully realized before, and left us with an overwhelming sense of grief from the gravity of these events. Even though I would not want to visit one again, I definitely support the continuation of these sites. These memorial sites must live on as an acknowledgement of what happened then and a reminder of what must never happen again.