Some years ago my general practitioner admonished me to have
more physical exercises. Obviously shoving the PC mouse
around was not sufficient for doing my daily stint. She
recommended to start cycling.
After some painful experiences in the first days, especially
in the rear area of my body, I've learned now to appreciate
biking. Gradually I enlarged my range of action. I'm glad
that in the meantime my wife Elisabeth has become my
companion on my bike tours.
On this web page I represent my bike tours that go beyond one day. Perhaps this will give some suggestions to others who are also on the way from shoving the PC mouse around to cycling around. (Because of its local meaning this page is written in German.)
Many a little makes a mickle. So why should only multi-day
bike tours are represented here? Also one-day bike tours
are worth to be mentioned at this site.
Thus on this web page I present my one-day bike tours. Perhaps they encourage others to swing again on the bike and to move off.
Interesting music programs on the TV or in the radio often start at unfavourable times.
Therefore my wife Elisabeth and I passed on to record such programs and to hear or regard
them at opportune times. In former times we used for the recordings a
Nomad Jukebox 6 GB
with integrated hard disk. Today we use two
Fujitsu Siemens ACTIVY Media Centers.
We transfer recordings, which we particularly like,
to the PC in order to burn them on audio-CDs.
Of course a home-made cover sheet belongs to every home-made CD.
|Gallery of Signatures||
Long, long ago signature blocks in emails have been meant to state
informations about their senders. At first their full names
and their email addresses have been shown, later on phone numbers and
even snail mail addresses have been added. Nowadays email signatures
have evolved into genuine works of art.
Some time ago I started to collect signature blocks in a database at my home computer. Meanwhile I decided to offer my collection to all web citizens who are also interested in the art of signatures.
|Eva and her Recorders||
My youngest daughter Eva
is keen on playing the recorder. She is playing the recorder
since the age of 6 years - still with growing enthusiasm.
After 10 years of exciting, inspiring and motivating lessons with
Jörg Partzsch from the Municipal Music School at Paderborn Eva started
in 2001 a course of learning with Prof. Siri Rovatkay-Sohns from the
"Hochschule für Musik und Theater" at Hannover to increase her musical
In 2002 she obtained a wonderful score (together with her friends Julia and Laura) when participating at the annual "Jugend musiziert" contest. Please see the report that was published on the homepage of my home village on the occasion of this extraordinary success.