All posts tagged: Germany

Maxhutte Lost By Maddie Lock

“Hello, can you help me please,” I implore in my bad German as I skid up to a suited gentleman at a bus stop. He appears startled, and backs further onto the sidewalk. I’m on my Aunt Sieglinde’s garden bike, a sturdy three-speed with no […]

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Le Tour by R. F. Hamm

On the spur of the moment, I would see a stage of the Tour de France. My wife Anette, my son Ben (well into his 12thyear), and I were just ending a vacation in the Netherlands and Belgium and were on our way to Germany […]

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