• animals,  Travel

    Solo camping with dog

    Since I’ve been traveling with Mowgli – and that’s been quite a few years now – I’ve accumulated a number of experiences that I’d like to share with you. The unique situation on our trips is usually that I am solely responsible for my dog, which creates issues at some points that require a creative solution. On the journey When camping…

  • Mowgli

    Dog traveling – now I’m talking!

    This time Mowgli has the floor: Dear dog community, I ask so in the round: Is your human also so strange? A new car bed “We’re going on a trip,” my boss said. Excitedly, I ran back and forth, already looking forward to new smells, off-leash walks, cozy sleeping in the car, etc., but then: days of hammering, sawing, screwing, drilling….…

  • Travel,  Travel,  Travel,  Travel

    Vegan in Iceland

    One of the countries where Mowgli will probably never set his paw due to the strict entry requirements for animals is fabled Iceland. What a country! Epic like the music of Sigur Rós and bizarre like the works of Björk. Lunar landscapes, sparkling turquoise waters, expanse with snow-capped volcanoes in the distance, black bottoms, pale skies, green earth…

  • Vegan

    The colorful diversity of vegan nutrition

    When I decided over 30 years ago to never eat animal meat again and to turn my back on the standard combination of potatoes and meat as a side dish, it was also the beginning of an exciting and instructive journey of discovery. Lots of questions, new insights – yes, and also endless discussions, which often culminated in the claim that…

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    Fancy some troubleshooting?

    A holiday trip is not always comparable to a break in paradise. Sometimes a bit of troubleshooting is called for. It doesn’t necessarily have to be a flat tire. Sometimes a trip is more like an obstacle race. From bad weather, headaches, human friction to small breakdowns of all kinds, everything can be there. How big the frustration is at the…

  • Mowgli

    When the puppy is sick…

    … then his human suffers with him. He can usually help himself with not too serious illnesses, so that he gets better quickly. But seeing your pet suffering and not knowing exactly what’s going on can be really unsettling.

  • General

    November blues

    The – somewhat cheerless – summer has passed, the harvest has come in so far and we have already arrived in November of this strange and memorable year. Depending on how you look at it, November is the month of the dead or the month in which decisive things often happen on a political level or the month in which life…

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    camperfolk

    The village of tents, small and large camper vans and white mobile homes and caravans gleaming in the sun can be seen from afar. It is embedded in a hollow between cornfields and forest.

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    Rügen – light and shadow

    As autumn sets in, the days grow shorter and cooler, and life soon moves all the way inside again, it’s time to reminisce about the joys of summer, even if they weren’t quite as joyful this year, but they are definitely proven to be meaningful.