Monday – long drive
Delivered kiddo to his WWF summer camp to the south of Saxony. Saw a burning truck trailer on our way down. Pretty spectacular. Fortunately the firefighters got it under control before it took over to the nearby forest. On my way back that whole side of the autobahn was blocked for cleanup.
Tuesday – we have a signal
Finally the construction company was there to connect our house to the telephone network. Eventually we’ll get our own DSL line in the #countryside. Just a few more weeks until it’s finally working I hope …
Wednesday – car maintenance
The bloody car demands oil check. Next contractual garage is about 50km away. That means loosing half a day with driving and waiting. At least I was able to work during the waiting time. Still annoying.
My password Manager 1Password lost a password. I’m 100% sure it was there last week as I used this item a lot in the last few weeks. Today it’s nowhere to be found. Very mysterious. Opened a support case.
Our painted ceramics arrived from “Paint your style” shop. I like my new shiny cup #tasskaff a lot
Thursday – Forest
maybe we bought a piece of forest
Saturday – meeting of the locals society
Living in the countryside also means there are more activities with the local community. To say that everyone knows each other would be an exaggeration. But it’s close to that. You know your neighbors and usually have regular chats over the fence. And our local village also has at least two organized communities (Verein) where we’re member of.
Every once in a while there are meeting to discuss the upcoming community projects. Everyone bring some food or beverages to these gatherings and it’s usually a lot of fun. Despite occasional heated discussions