A family trip (by car!) to the Alsace region to enjoy some sightseeing and wine tasting.
A month ago, Dan and I rode up to the WW I Memorial at Hartmannswillerkopf to explore the area on foot. It was a beautiful day to get out and enjoy.
A delightful romp through the Alsace region of France to enjoy the fall colors. I took a lot of photos because I just couldn’t get over how beautiful it looked.
It was a chilly but beautiful day for a ride. We kept it short because our toes didn’t keep as warm as we had expected. Still, it was great to get out and enjoy some sunshine!
I’m a little out of order in my postings, but I got side tracked by wanting to posts the photos from the Eiger hike right away. And now, still in time for autumn festivals, is a wine tasting trip through the Alsace.
Not the best of weather, but I wanted to extend my errand-run to Germany a little bit and decided to check out the vineyards of the Alsace, hoping for some good colors in the Vosges Mountains while I was there.
Our friends Aaron and Craig are still visiting and since we showed them quite a bit of Switzerland, it was time to cross some borders. We spent two days touring around the Alsace Wine region, handily just half an hour away from Basel by car. There was no set plan; just drive along the wine route and stop wherever our fancy took us.