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Oh that looks so great. I wish I could be there. In Germany we have typical "Norddeutschesschumeddelwetter". Which means grey and rainy days.
Marius, thank you for posting my favorite German word (and possibly my favorite word in any language, "Norddeutschesschumeddelwetter".For those without a personal guide to the German language, it breaks down as follows:Nord=Northdeutschess=Germanschumeddel=like a muddle (approx)wetter=weatherNorth German schumeddle weather is endless gray, rainy days, typical of North Germany.Oh, how I envy you your Norddeutschesschumeddelwetter! The word, not the weather. October was all mittMinnesotaschumeddelwetter. Excepy, apparently, the day I took the photos!
I love Marius'word, but really like the Nordamerikansunnenwetter we've been having lately. Enjoy your blog.