Posted September 13th, 2017, 06:21 AM
A storm of the stronger autumn type hit the Rhineland during the night, it woke me up but all the roof tiles seem to be still there and all trees are standing around my part of the town. We do not really have hurricanes... The warning category 3 (it can get up to 4) is in place for the hills Northeast of Basel, Eastnortheast of Strasbourg (over the Rhine in the Black Forest that is), Heidelberg and the whole North of Germany along the coast including Hamburg.
Looking out of the window one would not think so... it is sunny but the unsettled weather feeling is there, one knows the next gust of wind is lurking round the corner.
Hope all is well - or if not, getting better and that help is on its way - over the big pond.
To ease the tension about weather here is a story of perseverance, endurance, unhurriedness - or laziness, or just plain loss of interest
. How to take your time when building large structures: http://www.dw.com/en/5-buildings-you...ild/a-19402414
Transocean Belvedere Danube April 2013
English Channel Crossings 1984 to present:
Calais - Dover
Ostend - Dover
Dutch island hopping 1980's
Many Rhine river short trips