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This is the sign atop Mount Washington.

My daughter and Hubby’s daughter at the Glienicke BrΓΌcke, in Berlin, Germany before The Wall came down. This bridge was featured in the movie, “The Spy Who Came In From The Cold“.

25 thoughts on “Saturday Scavenger Photo”

  1. In my country, we had one typhoon that recorded 265 miles/hour and it damaged million of crops and homes more than 30 years ago.

    Thanks for sharing the info.

    Mines up too.

  2. Wow….you were there to witness the wall being torn down! How envious am I? I love these historical events, and to witness it all– live, in person…

    Great photos

    My Saturday Photo is posted.

  3. I remember that sign on Mt. Washington. If I had a digital camera back then, I could have used the same picture in the photo hunt πŸ™‚

  4. Really interesting signs and great information to go along with them.

    Happy Saturday and thanks for stopping by mine.

  5. For some reason, that gives me the creeps – “You are leaving the American sector.”

    Translation: You are now traveling beyond your comfort zone.

    Enjoy the weekend!

  6. ok the first sign just makes me laugh because I’m thinking of passing wind…

    And the second is just so darn cool. Seeing that I had never been to Berlin, it makes it that much better for me. WOWWWWWWW~!

  7. What great signs. Awesome that you got the verbage of the first one so clear – 231 mph – Yikes – incredible.
    Actually I have been at the same spot for the second picture.
    Mine is up and actually also from Berling.

  8. Oh, my two handsome ones are going sailing next week, they want some wind…I just hope it is not like your sign, lol.
    I went to Berlin the first time in 1987 when the wall was still there…and crossed the border. It was a very different feeling. Glad some things from the past are not preserved…
    Watching the game in a few minutes???

  9. I can not even imagine what a wind like that must be like – wow.
    I had a German economics teacher who watched the wall come down – he would tear up every time someone mentioned the event. It was such an emotional memory for him.
    Take care,

  10. Way too much wind. Can you imagine being the one who had to record it?

    My signs are up! Hope you are having a super Saturday!

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