I am in Lerbach quite often since I am going to the Gym there for almost two Years. But I never really Explored the Area.
Today, there was still some Light after my Workout, and so I decided to change that. I chose the far End of Lerbach as my starting point, and it was a good choice.
There I found the Ski Slope and the Mühlenteich. I had been in the Area before, but not in many years. Yet I still have some fond Memories of that Ski Slope, going down it on a Bobby Car in the Summer once.
On the Bottom of the Ski Slope lies the Mühlenteich, an old Mining Pond. The Dam of that Teich is actually quite high, and I believe some old World War II relics, namely some White Phosphorus Grenades, where found there a few years ago when the Hillside started to emit some Smoke.
I absolutely loved the Reflection of the Trees on the Teich. And while the Water had a somewhat green Tint, I still found it to look quite awesome!
One thing that drew me closer to the far End of the Mühlenteichs Dam was a loud roar of flowing Water. When I came closer to a small Bridge connecting the Dam to the Hillside, I found out that that Roar came from the Teichs Overflow.
At that time, the Light began to fade quickly, and I decided to head back home to Osterode, but not without snapping a quick Picture of my Car.
I quite enjoyed my short Explore Session in Lerbach today, and I am definitely looking forward to Exploring the Place a little more.