>I was kind of busy with gigs and my boyfriend was here, so I wasn’t on the computer much over the weekend. To make up for it, here are three pics. The Sahara clouds have moved north and are currently annoying middle-Germany, and we have returned to clear, sunny (and still unseasonably warm) days.The peak below is the Glungezer, 2,677 meters (8,783 feet) above sea level. Innsbruck itself lies at a mere 575 meters, so we really are nestled in there among the mountain ranges, and this seems to protect us from extreme weather.
Bonus pic: if I lean out a little and hold the camera in the air, I can get a decent shot of the ski jump, framed by the Serles (2718 meters.)
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