Salzburg in Thunderbolt Emma


Before you are bored from my story, I bow with great thankfulness down to Michael's mail #39959. His statement keeps my mind busy: éIn the outer it matters what is done, in the inner it's essential why it is done.' 

The nights are still cold in Bavaria, near to snow. But after a week of boring days at my desktop we are so happy to drive around in Mima's Christmas Market truck 'Sea Cow', my woman Mimamai with me. 'Sea Cow' is one of the most primitive motor homes.

There are only very few motor homes on the road. But Mima and I are happy together in our rolling home of two meters length and 1.5 meters width under a plastic roof.



'Sea Cow' is one of the most primitive motor homes.



Thursday evening we enjoy the thermal waters of Bath Endorf - near the 'Bavarian Sea':  Chiemsee. On Friday we visit Salzburg and there the castle above the town. 

After this excursion we have fun in the salty waters of Bath Reichenhall. This region once was rich and famous because people found salt in the earth.

Again my memory wanders back to this valuable thought: éIn the outer it matters what is done, in the inner it's essential why it is done.' 

On Friday I have avoided to buy a new motor home for 29.000 Euros. Mima and I celebrate again days and nights in her little, primitive 'Sea Cow'. We visit places, where the prices are high. The visit of the Salzburg castle costs 20 Euros for two. To swim in the salty waters with Sauna in Bath Reichenhall costs 38 Euros. But the night on the parking place near the bath costs gas for the heater only. 'Why are our voyages done in such a primitive way?' Because it is not important, what is done, I guess. We are exploring our little world inside outside, that's why it's done the way we do it.



avoided to buy a new motor home for 29.000 Euros


From Bath Reichenhall is a half hour drive to the 'King Lake'. In the mountains high above Adolf Hitler had his notorious summer residence 'Eagle's Net'. The little village Berchtesgaden offers the next public bath to exhaust our bodies before the third night in Mima' motor home.

A heavy winter storm howls over our head. On our walk we rush back into the car. Thunderbolt and hail crushes branches and trees. We have enough and return home. At home we read: '10 people died in the thunderbolt named Emma.'



A heavy winter storm howls over our head.


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