Local musicians performing Advent music, 2018. About four-thirty in the afternoon on a sunny day. I’ll be dipping into my sizeable trove of photos I failed to share in a timely manner, to keep Freising Foto Freitag going through our hard lockdown. (Finally sloth pays off!) Leaving your home for… Read more »
The Weihnachtsmann (*not* Santa Claus) climbing into your window to (hopefully) leave you presents was more popular ten years ago, but I still see a few around town this year.
(The original FFF!) It’s beginning to look a bit like Christmas in the Innenstadt, despite the lockdown and the eternal construction–the Christmas stars have been installed!
We are locked down again, and as the days grow shorter and the weather grows grayer there is not much to share. There was a single pleasant afternoon in early November, and I took advantage of it with a walk in the woods near my home, where I was able… Read more »
After several enjoyable weeks of cool weather with sufficient rain, in which we did nothing remarkable, it is Hochsummer. Iowa temperatures, with additional hours of sunlight, and no air-conditioning. If anybody needs me, I’ll be flopped in front of an oscillating fan in a darkened room, sipping tap water with… Read more »
The Biergärten have reopened! Yesterday we went with Roland’s parents to nearby Schloss Hohenkammer, a 17th-century castle with a moat that is now an event center. With a nice Biergarten. The pandemic rules are pretty simple: disinfect your hands, wear a nose-mouth-mask when you are not sitting at your table,… Read more »
The public ceremony was canceled, so we had our own at home with three classic Freising beers.
Der Frühling bekommt keine Ausgangssperre.