Richard Moll, weltweitbekannt als der Sensationsfahrer “Ricardo” in der offenen Halbkugel.
The fawn, named Granizo, modeled for Kahlo’s painting The Wounded Deer and was one of her many pets. There were at least two spider monkeys, several parrots, doves, two turkeys, mexican hairless dogs (undoubtedly helping her to feel part of the MesoAmerican tradition) and a tame osprey named Gertrudis Caca Blanca because it white-shitted the stairs.
One of the parrots, a heavy drinker of both beer and tequila, would startle visitors when loudly shouting “No me pasa la cruda!” between sips – meaning he was not going to survive this hangover.
In april 1945 American soldiers found the imperial regalia (the Aachener copies, not the originals) of the Holy Roman Empire in a mine near Siegen, not far from Köln. In the picture soldier Ivan Babcock, crowning himself – unbekümmert um europäische Traditionen, Mythos und Mystik der Reichskleinodien – “Emperor of the Ruhr River”. Fellow soldier Richard Swenson took the same photo opportunity, but that picture is somewhat harder to find.
“A happy hunter. Bear hunting is an important recreational sport on the refuge”. Close view of man with huge bear head strapped to his back.
The most recent occurrence of a fatal bear attack on a person on the Kodiak archipelago was in 1999.
Auch Ribanna und ihr Mann Leutnant Merril fallen in die Hände der Bande. Sie werden als Gefangene an einen Felsen gebunden.
Postulaten der Zusters Missionarissen van O.L.V. van Afrika. (Witte Zusters) Herent (Br) – Thielt (W.Vl.)
Geniale vinding van en vervaardigd door H. Jansen, Alkmaar.
“Minnesota is our 32nd State (1858). Capital: St. Paul. Name derived from the Sioux Indian, meaning sky-tinted water. Its 10,000 lakes are said to have been made by Paul Bunyan’s blue ox, Babe. Longfellow’s famous poem The Song of Hiawatha tells of Minnesota’s waterfalls that ‘flashed and gleamed’ and rivers that rushed through ‘palisades of pine trees'”
“Eight of original 13 states; State capital: Columbia; Area 31,055 sq. miles; State Flower: Yellow Jessamine; State Bird: Carolina Wren”
Drink, Bro, drink; leave your worries at home!
German poetry on wine, stating a preference for wine over lips reveals old age.
Ouch – not that hard, it isn’t rope you’re going through! And remember – in a while, i’ll be combing you!
This famous tree is in the Mariposa Grove of Big Trees, a pleasant drive of 36 miles from the hotels and camps in Yosemite Valley. The “Wawona” tree is 227 feet tall and 90 feet in circumference. In this grove more than 600 giant Sequoias have been growing here for centuries … the earth’s largest and oldest trees.