Last Update: 7 September 2015
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1 Westerland and Braderup
2 Keitum and Morsum
3 List, Kampen and Wenningstedt
4 Ellenbogen - The Elbow
6 Rantum and Hörnum
7 Hallig Hooge
9 Sylt Wattland to Hamburg
10 Elbe in Hamburg to Home in Hessen
Two Lonlely Beach-Basket Chairs on the Watt
My First Resting Place - the Wattenmeer National Park
Ferry on the Way to the Island of Föhr
The bicycle trails are well-marked.
From this shore, you can see the Halligs on Langeness
Witzwort = Joking Word City Limits Sign in North Frisia
When I saw this road sign that says the “World” is only 2.5 kilometers away, I had to go there to see the World.
Lunch Break on a Bench
Bridge Over the Canal between the Baltic Sea and North Sea
They had the most beautiful flower and vegetable garden I’ve ever seen in Germany.
I pitched my tent here under these apple trees.
A Picture-Perfect Garden
Translation: Whoever parks here will drive home on wheel rims. Caution - The man of the house bites!
Sylt to Hamburg
After 4 weeks on the Island of Sylt, I left the clinic on my bicycle and headed down the west coast toward Hamburg.
The bike path was beautifully available and went past sheep pastures and windmills. The salt air from the North Sea was wonderfully fresh.
Behind this Lamb, hidden in the grass, is a geocache.
At high tide, this land is all under water.
Civilization at Last
Now I can say I’ve seen the World. Rather disappointing! If you blink, you miss it!
I stopped at this house to talk with a very nice couple. They later invited me to pitch my tent in their back lawn.
Just after this sunset, I fell asleep and slept like a baby.
The Elbe River
No, I didn’t continue into Hamburg. Instead, I took this ferry and headed straight south through the forest to visit a friend in Bergen.
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