Enslingen


Shelter, against the wind
Savior, from the deep
Alone, on bare rock
Stubborn, trough time

This little shelter is called “Enslingen”. Translates to “the loner” or “the hermit”. It is built on the bare rock by the waterfront. Not very much information is to be found about this boathouse. I asked my father-in-law and he had a book with some info. I was expecting exiting stories but it was basically on two sentences.

It was built around year 1900 in this place as the bare rock was perfect to dry the large fishing nets. With the help of sun and wind they soon dried up. Now 120 years later it is a resting place for photographers and hikers in this fantastic natural preserve. Ha de GΓΆtt!

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6 comments

  1. I hope I look as good as that boathouse after 120years πŸ™‚

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  2. Amazing that it has survived as long as this Ulle.

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