Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Dear Stranger: Postcards

Grossglockner- Hochalpenstrasse
Bruck an der Grossglocknerstrabe

I came along this road today.
There is not quite so much snow about as on the picture but there is still plenty of it higher in the hills and it seems funny to be able to see it from the road. The scenery round here is really magnificent. Arrived here just before 6 after a grand day. 

Hungerburgbahn, Innsbruck, Austria

Isafjordur, Iceland
Gullfloss (Golden Waterfall in the river Hvita, South Iceland

Still having a good time and the weather is still fine. The time goes very quickly and we are getting near to the end without noticing. I still have a bit of work to do but it is all enjoyable. Eating well and sleeping well- so is everyone. will write again from Reykjavik.
Trondheim, Norway
Have made it to Trondheim in 2 days from Gothenburg and expect to take about 2 1/2 more to get to where we are going. Taking it easy in fine weather (had 1 wet night) and having a great time. Tremendous views all the way. Has been very like Black Forest until now. 

I collect postcards, and had been admiring the vintage images of these in a pile that I found at the scrap shop.  I was especially pleased to find that these four had been used, and sent by Peter.
I enjoy trying to imagine the rest of Peter's story from the little details given.  Like: what is his work? How and why did these postcards end up in a pile at the scrap shop? Who was he writing to? Was it his mother and father? 

Why am I so nosy?

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