You can click on any of these photos to view a larger image. The best part of traveling by bike is that you can smell all the flowers blooming, the new grass, freshly tilled earth and clean, crisp air.
There are solar panels covering the house and barn in the background, and there are windmills everywhere. Not like the older ones in the Netherlands, but the huge ones that look like airplane propellers.
Here we are somewhere in Germany...
Just passing by.
I'm not sure why there are so many caves around here - some are open, some are boarded up or bricked up. We passed a mining car memorial, but I didn't have a chance to stop and see it.
The pine forests smell wonderful too.
Not quite as flat as the Netherlands.
My helmet, rear view.
I thought this was a cool looking house.
An old barn
Older electric tower thingie.
I couldn't decide whether this was a spooky or pretty house.
We stopped in a few larger places too - you know McDonald's.
I took this picture as I can read (understand) their slogan - Alles unter einem Dach. It's so close to Dutch that I can read a lot of German now without a problem. Pronunciation in either language though still escapes me.
Like many homes in the Netherlands, there are quite a few buildings here with really great details.
Sometimes you have to look closely, and then you get to see some interesting things.
And the best for last...
"Ich bin ein Berliner."
Oh wait, no I'm not. "Ich bin ein Amerikaner."
That's it for now. I hope you enjoyed!