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Sunday 5th July
On Saturday we drove to a campsite just outside a town called Waldfischbach. The temperature gauge in the van was showing 38 degrees, it was becoming unbearable. Once at the campsite it wasn't any cooler. The site was busy with weekenders and was a bit noisy on Saturday night. The difference on Sunday was amazing as they all ...
As Jeremy said earlier, we slept late and were soon on our way. The ride up to the castle was amazing! There were lots of small towns and churches, and LOTS of trees, so the ride up was fun. Once we were there, we found out just how much walking we were getting ourselves into. And it was HOT! But I'm not going to focus on that, because Germany is beautiful, too! We picnicked near some fountains, then began our journey to the castle in Heidelberg. We were stopped every few steps to take ...
Well, we all had a good night's sleep last night (about 12 hours worth) and today we plan to actually go and see Germany! We plan to go visit a castle today, so that will be really fun! We'll also see actual German cities and towns today, so that will be really cool! Also, we got this really weird but really nice van. It has 9 seats and tons of leg space, so I like it a lot. Well, we're heading out now! Jer ...
... the mall and food court. We were tired! So we decided to have some fun and have ice cream for dinner. This act was fully supported by everyone; don't worry, no one was forced. ;) We're watching the end of a movie and then plan on having a rather early bedtime. Cheers To All, Meredith, Esq. and ...
... of military records, and the work of other sons and daughters of veterans, much information is available now to fill in at least some of the picture.
Philippsbourg hasn't changed very much over the years. It's still a small village with few shops, a rather impressive church, and a couple dozen homes. I think the soldiers who served there would recognize it.
The area around Philippsbourg has obviously been in the thick of battle often over ...