Weyer Hohe Alm

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When the weath­er was good I also took the chance to go walk­ing up in the moun­tain pastures (eine Alm in German). The main village is only about 400m elev­a­tion, but Mühlein where I took these photos is 561m accord­ing to Google.

There was also a weird shop that sold both grave­stones and garden statues up there. Austri­ans are big into fancy graves.

Yes, that is a work­ing model ski lift in someone’s front garden. Endless amuse­ment for all passing toddlers. Or 37 year old English teach­ers.

Mega-chalets are also a thing in rural Austria. Like a taller version of the Irish mega-bunga­low. There’s usually a few grand­par­ents and cous­ins living there as well.

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