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Heute hatten wir tatsächlich mal Glück: Aufgestanden und da war tatsächlich mehr blau als alles andere am Himmel und auch noch SONNE!!! Mussten grad 2x hinschauen. Also Rucksäcke gepackt – denn unser Gepäcktransporteur (Bernhard Zwahlen) musste es heute zeitig aufladen, weil wieder reichlich Gepäck in der Zentralschweiz zu „verschieben …
... locomotive. This machine did not really
have a cab as such but one is actually inside a body placed over a large
mechanical machine. All the machinery from motors, brakes etc were all open to
be seen. The equipment in here was all original and extremely old. The controls
simply consisted of forward/reverse, a mighty large power handle which took two
hands to operate and two large mechanically worked brake handles. It was just
amazing to see all this ...
... from the cloudy lake.
I foolishly then decided to take a turning over the river for a regional cycle route to Grindelwald, rather than following the already quiet road. After a steep ascent the inevitable happened, as the route turned into a rocky path that my bike really wasn't suited for. Walking and pushing my bike along the track I bumped into a local farmer and tried to decipher whether there was ...
... size: medium; line-height: normal; -webkit-tap-highlight-color: rgba(26, 26, 26, 0.296875); -webkit-composition-fill-color: rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">The sky is a vivid blue with not even a wisp of a cloud in sight and if you close your eyes you can just hear the gentle jangle of the bells on the sheep not far above. Our campsite is on the right side of the ...
... and therapeutic walk. Fast forward 3 hours later - some college kids from Alabama told me about an indoor ropes course in town to satisfy my via ferrata craving, and after 5 passes walking on suspended logs, scurrying across a track in a glorified hamster wheel, zip lining and abseiling from dizzying heights in the rafters of a hockey rink I am content. My only regret from this side trip would be if the fog held up through tomorrow morning and I ...