So for the second day in a row. I dragged my poor husband around Schweinfurt. We went to the Tegut and bought some nice German food for lunch. We ate some salami (or somethng similar) and sunflower bread sandwiches. Some Thai chili potato chips. Mmmm. Some dessert pudding stuff. We drove to a little park to eat our lunch and wander. It was nice. Now he's sleeping like a baby since he works overnight tonight. Walker would have loved it, but sadly he is still coughing so can't play with any other dogs just yet.
We think this little gray tube could be connected to a tunnel system. Either from WW2 or earlier. The door is welded shut, but we enjoy having conspiracy theories about such things.
and here it is again...
Little building with spray painting on the inside. Looks like it might have been used to watch the river. Its set back pretty far, but has an over view of the river and is about 100 meters from what we want to believe is a secret tunnel.
We found this sign while on our walk. TrinkWasser means drinking water, I'm pretty sure. The rest I can't even try to read, but it didn't say Verbotan sooo...we ignored it.
A military wife is mostly girl. But there are times, such as when her husband is away and she is mowing the lawn or fixing a youngster's bike, that she begins to suspect she is also boy. She usually comes in three sizes: petite, plump and pregnant. During the early years of her marriage it is often hard to determine which size is her normal one. She has babies all over the world and measures time in terms of places as other women do in years.
I'm a 23 year old wife and mom trying to find a place in the world. I'm my husband's mistress since he's married to the army. I love to read, cook, and eat, not necessarily in that order. I live, I laugh, I cry, and sometimes I even get it right.