Errol came home from his retreat on Saturday afternoon and told us we needed to see this place.
Lake Titisee: here we come.
FRIAS chartered a bus, and the fellows stayed in a hotel high up the mountain. Look at Errol's Instagram for beautiful shots of that place.
We regular folk relied on the Regio-Bahn and rode the train 30 minutes up the mountain, through tunnels, and over a trestle--almost like living Donald Crews's book, Freight Train.
We all loved Titisee and the lake. The weather was perfect. The kids took off their shoes and socks and waded in the water. Errol gave us a great show of skipping rocks. Neddy was popular with the Japanese tourists, and Thom informed us that some interrupted his play to take a selfie with him.
10/15/2017 06:20:48 pm
Freight Train! Beautiful pics, you guys. Today at Subway the kids and I played our version of Family Feud. Someone would ask a "survey" question, and the other person would sit at a different table while the first person answered. One of my questions was, "Name someone in the extended family." Phoebe said, "Auntie." Teddy said, "Thom." Survey says: great answers!
10/19/2017 03:47:29 am
What a beautiful place you visited! I love this picture of each of your children so involved with their own thoughts and discoveries of what the water's edge has to offer.
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