After his canceled attempt of Pirates Robbery on Fuerteventura, Spain, Pirate Captain Jack Blackbird checked out more golden treasures back in Germany in the Wittelsbacher Castle “Linderhof”. This time on a sunny summer day with golden shining sun.
Jack also watched the big Bumble Bees doing their work.
He could not visit the famous, electrically lighted Venusgrotte, built by King Ludwig II. (the mad) which is under construction for the next years. The power-plant was the maybe first commercial power-plant installed world-wide. Though it only had one customer. That was 1878, 4 years before Edison’s Pearl Street Station in New York started operation.
But Jack was still haunted by the sea monsters which seem to track him and had to hide several times to not being captured instead of reaching for the gold, which was shining brightly in the sun.
Jack could not visit the famous, electrically lighted Venusgrotte, built by King Ludwig II. (the mad). The power-plant was the first commercial power-plant installed world-wide. Though it only had one customer.
Funny thing to tell about is, that this time and the last time I came here, there were persons in the park, who were taking pictures of toys (me included).
When Sheila was here on her cross country skies we saw another Duck in leather trousers and this time a Bear attached to a lamp. I asked the lady if it is a Travelling Bear but she said no, it’s a mascot of a club she joins. Maybe there is a trend to take pictures of toys at Castle Linderhof as it makes a wonderful background. Ducky Coincidences happen.
He also sent a friend Jo to the “Plansee” as he was hoping he could salvage and keep some of the remains of the car which recently by accident drove into the lake (which happened before too with casualties). But the friend was too slow, everything was salvaged already at the same day so the tour through mysterious darkness on the lonely road was to no purpose. But he saw a lot of wildlife on his nocturnal, dark excursion next to the street, two big red deers, a fox and more undefined animals crossing the street.
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