November 19, 2017

Tour Report: School of the Forest

After a great first day on our tour in late October of 2016, my wife and I, as well as our friends Pixelcracker and Lost Places in Schleswig-Holstein und Umland, all spent the night at a friends' house - not after we had a nice barbecue to finish off the day.
The next morning, we all had breakfast and left at a convenient time (that means not too early!). We had two possible spots planned for the day that were on the way back home, so that we wouldn't be arriving home too late.
The first spot of the day was an abandoned forestry school. We had to drive about 40 kilomters to get to the location. Nicely enough, there was a public parking spot more or less right across the street, so we could park one car, one RV and one car with caravan without looking too suspicious.
We waited for the right moment with no cars in sight to cross the road and just sneak onto the premises through the bushes.
We quickly found an open door that granted us access to the empty building. Although the school itself wasn't really spectacular, there were some nice details to find, so we spent almost two and a half hours in there until we had explored everything.
After getting back to the cars, we grabbed a quick snack before we drove on to the next location we had planned for the day.

To find out more about the history of this li'l ol' place and to check out all the photos from this spot, click the button below.

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