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Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Lederhosen Pug—Down Bavaria

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One year ago on Round and Square (29 April 2012)—Hurtin' Country: It Would Be You
Two years ago on Round and Square (29 April 2011)—Endings: Francis Parkman and the Oregon Trail

[a] Lederpug RF
                         What is the use of running when you are on the wrong road?
                                                                             —Bavarian Proverb

[b] Germany/Bavaria PD
No worries, though—my name is Lederhosen Pug, and I know the way

I want to start our Bavarian education slowly. Look at the map of Germany. 

Where is Bavaria? South Germany. Yup, down south.

Down south—it's at least one thing that I share with Roll Tide Guy. 

On the other hand, he looks better in Crimson Tide pajamas than lederhosen.

And "down south" in Germany isn't the same thing as "down south" in the United States. Exploring what it means will be my pedagogical (let's call it "pugalogical" this month) task.

Willkommen (welcome)!
[c] South Germany RF
[Originally posted on July 1, 2014]

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