We didn’t do anything notable yesterday. The weather turned icky and I just didn’t feel like going out in it, even though there were things going on. However, I did manage to get a few dramatic photos of last night’s storm before the sun set. Here they are…
I will miss watching the sun breaking through the clouds.
I will miss the neighbor’s willow tree, which is beautiful all year.
One of the best things about living where we live is being able to watch the weather. It’s fascinating, especially at this time of year. Pretty soon, there will be amazing sunrises to photograph. I hope we’ll get them in Wiesbaden.
I will miss this view when we move. It will be hard to find a place with such pretty surroundings. We’ll try, though.
I do look forward to going to a new place for a lot of reasons. I have seen some great pictures of the Wiesbaden area that makes me think the landscape change will appeal. I have heard Hessians are different than Swabians are, although my German friend Susanne says true Swabians are a dying breed.
We did have a nice view the last time we lived in Germany, although our neighborhood was a bit more crowded. Last time, we had a great view of the Wuermlinger Chapel, sitting on a hill. I can see that chapel in the distance as we descend into Herrenberg from where we live now. I’ll miss it. This area is truly beautiful, especially in a storm.
I did hear that there was an accident at the Neckarmueller in Tuebingen last night. Something struck a glass door during the storm and five people who were sitting near it were hurt. Acts of God are a real hazard here, especially when the wind picks up.
Moving is a real pain. I’d rather not have to do it. I’ll be glad when the process is finished.