You really get a sense of Germany as a fertile bread basket in this area. Most fields are unfenced and with varied crops. We’re in Baden-Wurttemberg.
Spring flowers abound, we’re probably following then north. Today’s river is the Kucher which splits Schwabisch-Hall.
This has a history of salt production. Today it’s more known for the pretty Alltstadt with St Michael’s Church in the square with the largest dry of steroids you’ll have seen to enter it. Also used as a stage: tonight they agree rehearsing “Everyman”, which looks a bundle of laughs.
It’s also twinned with Loughborough, which might explain the uk Telephone box.
Inside the church you read, as in Innsbruck, of the local Christians that opposed Hitler and were persecuted.