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West Chester, PA, USA - 1st November 2011

By: Boris Kitty

Hello, WackyZ here. I helped Human2 on the way to work.

I paid for and pumped the gas at the gas station. Cars need fuel to make them go.

I also helped navigate and monitored the speed of the vehicle in question too.


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Reading, PA, USA - 8th November 2011

By: Boris Kitty

I went along to see what all this fuss was about for what the humanz call ELECTION DAY.


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Delligsen,near Hannover, Germany - 19th December 2011

By: Dr.Kröbner


I am here ..... Dr.Kröbner and Bruno have helped me and welcomed me warmly..




After a brief look out the window, I first made ​​a nap .... Bruno has allowed me to sleep on his pillow .......jet lag...zzzzzzzz :stare:



bye, bye yours Wacky-Z

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Weenzer Höhe , Hils, Germany - 21st December 2011

By: Dr.Kröbner

Hi Mummy,

it snowed jipihh ..
We drove in the Hils, these are just a few miles, here is some information about the region where I am.

The Hils is a range of hills in Germany's Central Uplands that is up to 480.4 m high. It is located in the districts of Holzminden, Hildesheim and Northeim, in the state of Lower Saxony.Geography
The heavily forested massif of the Hils, which is part of the Leine Uplands and Weser-Leine Uplands, is immediately southeast of the knife edge ridge known as the Ith. It is located roughly northwest of Einbeck between Holzen to the west and Delligsen to the east


Dr.Kröbner has chosen a Christmas tree and BrunoAusTirol and I have built a snowman ... then we have taken a walk through the snow






a break must be ;)


Now quickly go home, warm up.....brrrr


bye,bye...huggs and kisses

* Posted Dec 21, 2011, 9:41 am Last edited Dec 21, 2011, 9:45 am by Dr.Kröbner [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Hannover, Germany - 23rd December 2011

By: Dr.Kröbner

Hi Mumm,

look I  helped BrunoAusTirol driving the car.... ;)


on the way to hanover....


but the other people have looked so funny, it's not normal that a turtle draws a car, so we sat down front.. :rolleyes:


long way....


finally hanover...
in the background you see the Marktkirche.
The Marktkirche S. Georgii et Jacobi (English: Market church Sts George and James), commonly known as Marktkirche ("The Church on the Marketplace"), is the main Lutheran church in Hanover, Germany. It was built in the 14th century and, together with the nearby Old Town Hall, is considered the southernmost example of the North German brick gothic (Norddeutsche Backsteingotik) architectural style. The roof and the vaults of the naves were destroyed in an air raid in 1943 and restored in 1952.

The church is a Hallenkirche (hall church). Above the nave and two aisles rises a monumental saddleback roof. The high western tower was a symbol for the power and the wealth of the citizens of the town. It is still one of the highest towers in Lower-Saxony and a landmark of the city.

I have made ​​some window-shopping, especially I liked the plush horses ....


tomorrow is Christmas Eve ... I'm very excited and must still wrap my gift for Dr.Kröbner

bye, bye...huggs your Wacky-Z

* Posted Dec 23, 2011, 5:07 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Delligsen, kitchen in the evening, Germany - 23rd December 2011

By: Dr.Kröbner


need to wrap the gift for Dr.Kröbner...


* Posted Dec 26, 2011, 11:57 am Last edited Dec 26, 2011, 12:11 pm by Dr.Kröbner [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Delligsen, under the Christmastree, Germany - 24th December 2011

By: Dr.Kröbner

merry Christmas....

Today is Christmas Eve and we gather under the tree...


First, we have sung...


I have given the gift Dr.Kröbner and he had something for me.. :D





such a beautiful picture, a great memory of my time here :)


I'm sitting here in the Christmas tree...


a merry christmas... huggs....your Wacky-Z

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Fritzlar, Germany - 26th December 2011

By: Dr.Kröbner

Hello from Wacky-Z

yesterday we made a nice trip....first in the car...on the highway to...




Fritzlar is a small German town (pop. 15,000) in the Schwalm-Eder district in northern Hesse, 160 km (99 mi) north of Frankfurt, with a storied history. It can reasonably be argued that the town is the site where the Christianization of northern Germany (north and east of the Roman Limes) began and the birthplace of the German empire as a political entity.

The town has a medieval center ringed by a wall with numerous watch towers. Thirty-eight meters (125 ft) high, the Grauer Turm ("Grey Tower") is the highest remaining urban defense tower in Germany.

BrunoAusTirol and I are a bit buggered by the city...... this small street called Fischgässchen....behind the wall are very old houses


I did not make it. On the plate is some information about these houses, unfortunately not in English...it means...
Curia were designated as the home of a Säkularkanonikers, a canon or a canoness, mainly for individual buildings are representative district in immunity to the church


At the end of the alley you have this great view of the Cathedral


another view....


and now some information..The St. Peter's Cathedral is one of the most beautiful Romanesque-Gothic churches in Hesse.

Three-aisled basilica
The Cathedral of Fritzlar measures 43 meters (from the basement to the top). He continues to shape the cityscape of the small town in the Schwalm-Eder-Kreis (formerly Circle Fritzlar-Homberg). The three-aisled basilica in Fritzlar is considered one of the most beautiful in Germany.

Collegiate Church of St. PeterAb the 11th Century, built and rebuilt several times, combines the Cathedral of St. Peter Roman and Gothic styles. In the oldest part of the Fritzlarer Domes are the crypts, which can also be viewed as the Cathedral, which, amongst other things, "Henry Cross" and some of the oldest monstrances the German-speaking.

In 2004, the cathedral in Fritzlar the honor to be allowed to carry the title of Papal Basilica, bestowed by Pope John Paul II at the request of the diocesan bishop of Fulda, Heinz Josef Algermissen Mgr
The construction of the Romanesque-Gothic church of St. Peter was the end of the 11th Century began. Here Henry I was crowned king. Fritzlar but at no time was bishop.

and another view...


The city hall, first documented in 1109, with a stone relief of St. Martin, the town's patron saint, is the oldest in Germany still in use for its original purpose.



a little break before one of the oldest houses in Fritzlar, it is now the Tourist Information


I'm sitting here on the Roland fountain on the market square.
Many houses in the town center, notably around the market square, date from the 15th to 17th centuries and have been carefully maintained or restored.


Finally, I've looked in the cathedral ....look the Krippchen


what a nice trip..

huggs your wacky-Z

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Delligsen,near Hannover, Germany - 30th December 2011

By: Dr.Kröbner


Andrea told me that we make a trip, I'm so excited, we go on an island .... maybe Hawai or Fiji or Baltrum ;), in any case, I will pack up my hat........I think, not Hawaii and not Fiji :(


Now a coffee and then I pack my things


Unfortunately we have no internet for the next few days, I wish you all a wonderful New Year's Eve and the very best for 2012



Special greetings to my family, from Dr.Kröbner, Bruno, Andrea and Martin

huggs and kisses your Wacky-Z

* Posted Dec 30, 2011, 9:11 am Last edited Dec 30, 2011, 9:12 am by Dr.Kröbner [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Baltrum, Hotelroom, Germany - 1st January 2012

By: Dr.Kröbner

Happy New Year from Baltrum. The crossing with the ferry was very quiet... :rolleyes:


Here is our hotel room, I've shared a bed with Bruno, Dr.Kröbner had an extra bed..

In the evening we were alone and have a pillow fight made​​.
When Andrea and Martin came back , we have situated in the bed and read ....... very brave. ;)





good night....

* Posted Jan 4, 2012, 2:02 pm Last edited Jan 4, 2012, 2:03 pm by Dr.Kröbner [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Baltrum, Germany - 2nd January 2012

By: Dr.Kröbner

Hello again...

Baltrum is a barrier island off the coast of East Frisia (German: Ostfriesland), in Germany, and is a municipality in the district of Aurich, Lower Saxony. It is located in-between the chain of the seven inhabited East Frisian Islands. Baltrum is the smallest island in this chain by area and inhabitants....

We have made ​​a long walk across the island.....



If you climbed up onto an embankment somewhere on the North Sea coast to take a look at the sea, you could be in for a disappointment - there's not a drop of water to be seen! Instead a broad, barren flatness stretches away before you. But don't panic, the North Sea will be back - in the Wadden Sea, the water ebbs and flows twice a day, in a six hour cycle. Giving rise, between Den Helder in the Netherlands and Esbjerg in Denmark, to a 10,000 square kilometre the like of which is found nowhere else in the world..



here I am looking for mussels


a little break..


there are many information boards...


lIn order to protect this natural landscape on Niedersachsen's North Sea coast, the area was made a conservation area in 1986. Since 2009, the Niedersachsen Wadden Sea National Park is part of the UNESCO World Natural Heritage Wadden Sea. The 288,000 hectare Niedersachsen Wadden Sea national park covers the tidal flats between the rivers Ems and Elbe, including the East Friesian islands lying just off the coastarge wetland



Sea buckthorn is a typical plant here, found near the coast forming thickets on fixed dunes and sea cliffs


what a nice trip...bye,bye huggs and kisses
your Wacky-Z

* Posted Jan 4, 2012, 2:26 pm Last edited Jan 4, 2012, 8:02 pm by Dr.Kröbner [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Delligsen,garage, Germany - 6th January 2012

By: Dr.Kröbner

Hello Boriskitty,

Today I look around  a bit and then went into the garage,
I've found a goddess .....look


a Citroen ID 20F Year 1975 ... what a beautiful car. Unfortunately, very dusty and not ready to drive, but still nice.



Great seats, very comfortable


What a funny gear


After this dusty adventure, I have to shower.... ;)

bye,bye..huggs your Wacky-Z

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Bielefeld, Germany - 10th January 2012

By: Dr.Kröbner


on the way to a great exhibition tour.....first stop in Bielefeld to visit a large textile publisher:rolleyes:



BrunoAusTirol and I were allowed to help choose new fabrics..not so easy with the large selection :rolleyes:




I prefer this one...nice colour...


Stop in Bad Wildungen, tomorrow it goes to Frankfurt ...
wow a hotel with a water bed ... splish, splash


good night...huggies your Wacky-Z

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Frankfurt, Heimtextil, Germany - 11th January 2012

By: Dr.Kröbner


on the road again to visit Frankfurt, the great exhibition "Heimtextil"


wow, the Guggenheim Museum ;)


and then....many busy people with important faces and large pockets rushing through the halls...I think, that is a exhibition :rolleyes:


Unfortunately the camera battery was empty, the images are taken with the phone, so I'm so pale, do not worry, I'm fine ;)

In Frankfurt there are many skyscrapers, the Main Tower is here, I think...


a little break...


a lot of beautiful fabrics and beautiful exhibition stands, especially this one with a white rabbit he has a great job, must sit around here all day, cool,I was allowed to sitt next to him



That was a great experience but also an exhausting day on the way back I fell asleep...
bye, bye
your Wacky-Z

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Bad Wildungen, Germany - 17th January 2012

By: Dr.Kröbner

Hello Boris Kitty,

I must tell you what I've done over the weekend.
I participated in a training.(sambagroup) in Bad Wildungen


after a delicious breakfast we startet


Andrea plays in a samba group and has allowed me to play her drum.


Wow what a sound, this drum called Surdo .Bruno had to tune his drum  ;)


During the breaks we needed to strengthen us.... when you make Brazilian music, you have to drink Caipirinha ;)


very Yummy ...hicks...


Thank God I had to drive no car  :D

bye, bye

* Posted Jan 17, 2012, 11:20 am Last edited Jan 17, 2012, 11:22 am by Dr.Kröbner [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

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