Last weekend my daughter and I went to
the "Posbank", Veluwe. It is so beautifull
there, all the colors, all the kinds of reds, yellows,
oranges...really breathtaking! Well, to be honest
....there are kind of wild animals at the Posbank;
horses and cows. We did not see both, only the
autumn colors, the autumn sky, the autumn.
Google translater about the history of the Posbank:
The Posbank in Rheden (Dutch province of Gelderland) is
the name of a natural monument and a nearby teahouse,
on the edge of a moraine-covered heather on the southern Veluwe.
The place has a height of 90 meters above sea level,
from which a view is possible over the IJssel, the Achterhoek Liemers
and into Germany. The Posbank is named after the monument
in the shape of a semicircular stone bench that is on a striking view point.
This bank is named after Mr. G.A. Pos, former president of the ANWB.
The stone bench was built by contractor Bennink Gerrit (1869-1936) from
Rheden in honor of the 25th anniversary (May 7 1893 to 1918) by Mr Pos
as the second president of the ANWB. The Posbank is popularly
called the name of the heathland area in which it lies.
The actual name of the moorland is Huizer Field Hering.
is anything goes, we shall write whatever we feel like,
because Miss Ninja thought it would be fun.