Visiting cousin Henny in Litschen as we do almost every year. The door
(Scholze) is the work of son Günter. He made it in the time before he
became a musician. To the left the building of the former water mill,
to the right of it the apartment house. Peter was there in 1953 for the
first time. In those day the water mill and the bakery were still in
full operation. Henny is 80 years old in the meantime and lives there
all by herself.
In Berlin we visited our friends, the Marsings. They took us along to
a jazz concert and to a birthday celebration in the Antiquarium
outskirts of the city . In front of the
Humboldt university in center city a Humboldt memorial donated in 1939
On the way back we made a detour to Eisleben in order to visit cousin
Gerda and her family. In the blue building, which has quite a large
inner court yard, live Gerd-Carsten with his family. Gerda and
Gerd-Carsten at the fish pond in the garden of the house.
Bike trip of the Munich American Peace Committee and friends
In October 2004 Peter went to the olive harvest in Palestine. He wrote
two reports, one in German
and one in English.
The photo shows Peter during a tea break in Jamain. The card is an
addition and shows in green the accommodation locations and in red the
main harvest places. This map originates from the Pengon
Opening of Steve Hick's art show and a new collage by him
Vigil of the Münchner Friedensbündnisses with special illumination
during the cold season
The Christmas market at the Marienplatz in center city
End of the year in Geretsried with some of the members of the Cuba
group. Erwin almost empty handed.