LeStrat, Germany
  • country Germany
  • Member since Joined 8th Sep., 2012
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About LeStrat...

Hello to the world!
This is Chris from Germany. I´m 46 years old or young, however, and I´m living in the industrial and coal-mining-heart in the west part of Germany. But the most is closed and now it´s getting really green again....we keep the old industrial areas as event places, landmarks and places for relaxing....
My hobbies are music, music, music and music. I like to play drums, photography, spend time with friends, cooking, baking sweet things and I love coffee.

I´m curious about all the things and peoples in the world.
I´m open minded to everything what´s new.
The world is so big and so colourful, it has place on a card in a few words. Please, don´t write only "happy postcrossing", ´cause you have more to tell than that....every story is worth to be told....

Cards that I want to receive? Funny, colourful, all about coffee or music, a little piece of your home or your personality.

The cards that I received til now: AMAZING!!! And still amazing.... :-)
Every card is wonderful and something special, because YOU write this card.

Thank all card writers, I´m an addict now......

By the way, LeStrat is a given nickname from a friend of mine. He is also a crazy music-lover! Music can change the world for a moment or a lifetime! Just when you want...


This is one of my favourite songs, played by Stefan Honig, a german guitar-player and vocalist. In 2012 I´ve seen him live in concert. He played a solo show, just guitar and vocals. Awesome personality. And really good songs, but sadly really unknown. Watch it and relax...

And one more from Fink...seen him 2015 live in concert! Wow! Never experienced music that way...


There are some expired cards - that´s so sad... :-(
....but that´s the way some cards go! Like Tom Petty said:"Into the great wide open

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