Sommeranfang in Deutschland

Is it really really Sommeranfang in Deutschland? You might wonder why these words don’t sound like in English. Anyway, before I went for a grocery shopping this morning I looked first on the calendar what date today is. Today June 21, 2010 is the Sommeranfang in Germany. This word comes from “Sommer” and “anfang” which respectively mean summer and beginning. Deutschland is Germany in English. I guess you get it now. But where is the sun? It has been raining for some days now. As far as I can remember the month of April had a better sunny weather compared to May and June. I also heard over the radio that on Wednesday we will be having a friendly and sunny weather. I hope so! Happy summer time!

I am also sharing a picture below which was taken last Saturday while we were on our way to friend’s party in Moening.
this is the so-called Landstrasse in German. The Americans are calling it back road.

 
 

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