Such awesome history, you are very lucky!Wartstein wrote: ↑Fri Aug 02, 2019 8:55 am
Actually it's up THERE ((yellow circle in the pic)
You know, I live in Salzburg, normally I avoid (like many locals) the (inner, old) city in the midst of summer. Then there is the Salzburg festival, and (too) many tourists.
Today I had to go there tough, and took the opportunity too hike the small mountains located right in the city.
On the pic in my previous post I am at the Mönchsberg (= mountain of the monks), looking down at parts of the old town of Salzburg
Here is a second knife-pic I took up there:
Thanks, lonerider, and yes I am lucky and know that I am...
What island is that?
Appreciate it but overseas travel is beyond my budget these days, sadly.Wartstein wrote: ↑Sat Aug 03, 2019 1:13 pmThanks, lonerider, and yes I am lucky and know that I am...
Awesome history, but even more so awesame mountains and landscape all around. PLUS: GREAT knife-laws
If you like and skip to page 833 of this thread, you can find a pic where you see the whole city from a mountain that´s a bit higher (and how small the historic old city actually is...)
If you ever travel to Europe, let me know, I can show you around. I´d even revive my old mountain bike for you, lots of great biking here too
PKS! that's cool. I grew up a bit north of there, Cape Hatteras.lonerider1013 wrote: ↑Sat Aug 03, 2019 6:31 pm
Pelagic wrote: ↑Sun Aug 04, 2019 2:06 amPKS! that's cool. I grew up a bit north of there, Cape Hatteras.lonerider1013 wrote: ↑Sat Aug 03, 2019 6:31 pm
I have a connection with the ocean but I love the mountains. I'm on the Savannah River right now in Georgia, USA. I'm not always offshore. Next job will be in the ocean.Wartstein wrote: ↑Sun Aug 04, 2019 2:23 am
I have a feeling you are as much a SEA-guy (or is it OCEAN-guy in english?) as I am a MOUNTAIN guy...
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