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... able to find them pretty well using maps.me - the only problem was in the forest, my ipod couldn't pick up a GPS satellite, so I had to keep guessing where I actually was - well, that was fun, because Yves' good advice was when you're ready to come home, head downhill and you'll end up back at Wittenbach, so I wasn't worried - nothing like a walk in the forest where you're NOT afraid of getting lost and NEVER getting out!
The forest tracks were SO tidy - ...
... just two phrases - Grütze is an informal greeting that everyone uses in the street - even young children would greet me, so polite and hospitable! and danke or danke schön for thank you. I admit, I tried not to make eye contact because I really didn't want people to engage in conversation with me - too scary!!! But I made it back with my Quark, radishes and dark chocolate (which kept me awake last night!!)
I'm off to the forest today...
... benches and a table. The waterfall provided a soothing background and the dog waited impatiently as we ate a lunch of wurst, cheese, pickles, mineral water, coffee, and a Mars bar.
What goes down must come up and so we made our way back up those very steep stairs, then up an even steeper forest path in search of the Devil's Church, but it turned out my guide ...
... felt different. Cappuccino for me and an Appenzeller Bier for my cousin hit the spot. <i>"At 2,502.9 metres above sea level, Säntis is the highest mountain in the Alpstein mass of northeastern Switzerland. It is also the culminating point of the whole Appenzell Alps, between Lake Walenstadt and Lake Constance.'</i> Status update: my Swiss German has not improved. ...
... of rumble dryer! Along the way there's lots of odd scenes. The Boomerang Bar in Walenstadt, the panel shop with old relics as planter boxes or the three-wheeler with its equally small caravan. At breakfast we met an English couple, Mike and Cathy. They were on the one week, three lakes, five countries ride and their ride today coincided with ours. Cathy explained they were late to cycling but love cycle holidays, this being their third. We arrived at Weesen in time for the ...