Current PABUCA topic. And I’m curious as to how many – accidental or intentional – wrong re-translations we will see in all the photos, given that the German word “Technik” can also be used for technology, engineering, mechanics, workings, equipment. :)

The voluntary fire brigade certainly requires the proper technique, technology, and equipment:


Without a good climbing technique, you probably won’t reach the top of the new exterior climbing wall of our local climbing gym:


We continue in a sportive way: with the new triple gym in the school center. How much of the gymnastics and sports techniques the students will eagerly learn, is another question… as is how the color arrangement was chosen:


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