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turtles, Germany

turtles

is a member in Germany . She has been a member for over 7 years (2,652 days).
3,218 sent 3,167 received


  • Distance sent: 6,589,857 miles
  • Last seen: about 12 hours ago
  • Languages: english, deutsch, lite svenska
  • Interested in direct swaps: No Click to learn more about direct swaps
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Lat: 53.87, Lon: 10.69 | Google Maps

About turtles...


♡♡♡♡ Hello and welcome ♡♡♡♡

About me:
My name is Sabine and i'm 49 (official) or 18 and a half (inside) years old. I live with one husband, two cats and two tortoises.
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As the bicycle turns to 200 years in 2017 and riding my bicycle is one of my passions,
it would be great if you send me bicycle postcards, bicycle stamps, bicycles (no, don't do that, I'm kidding you).
If you have some free time and like to do it, take a photo of your bike, put it on a piece of carton for stabilisation and send it to me.
And please write a little bit about your life, maybe:
Do you like cycling? Do you have a bike? Do you use it? How do you named your bike?

My bicycle is named Kata, which is a short version of Kathmandu. Here are a few photos:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/149211739@N02/sets/72157683911137726/with/34593781892/
We visited the Netherlands, USA, Sweden, Switzerland and a lot of nice cycleways in Germany ;)
We did long trips like the Vaetternrunda in Sweden and the RAGBRAI in the USA (which I discovered at postcrossing btw) and short trips to work. Maybe you recommend me a bicycle event in your area?

Of course I will appreciate every postcard you choose for me and register it as soon as possible.

I'm looking forward to your card.

Happy Postcrossing,
Sabine

PS (and very important): There is no need to write "sorry, that I don't send you a bicycle postcard" on the postcard. I read this sometimes on my received postcards.
I appreciate every postcard you choose for me. The main point is, that you write a few words on the back. I love this messages from all over the world. Learn about foreign people and countries.