right beside the tree you captured and posted as a little travel letter. but can you help me with the meaning of 717? a kilometer mark of the Rhine, isn't it? just that to me it doesn't make sense according to the rivers route on the map. wiki says the Rhine starts in the Swiss Alps and flows to the North Sea ... it's 1,233 km long ... and, well Zons is located further from the origin than 717 kilometer along the route. hmm ... i know my mathematical logic is not as it should be. but that bad .... ooups! can you please help me out doctor ?
Consulting Wikipedia and Google Translator somes up with this result: Den eksisterende pelings for Sveits, Tyskland og Nederland siden 1. April 1939 gyldig beregnet fra Konstanz og den erstatter alle tidligere klassifikasjoner. Mitt poeng er i aksen av den gamle Constance Rhine bridge og ender på 1036,20 km vest for Hoek van Holland (samløpet med Nordsjøen på km 1032,80). Etter henne sette opp frakt og alle myndigheter. Disse kilometer tiltak for Seerhein, Untersee og Hochrhein 167 km (Constance til Basel, 0-167 km), for Oberrhein 362 km, (Basel til Bingen, 167-529 km), for Midt-Rhinen 159 km (Bingen og Köln, km 529-688) og den tyske Niederrhein 177,5 kilometer (Köln til grensen, km 688 til 865,5). sett  Geologisk starter Middle Rhine men allerede nær Mainz, der Rhinen flyter inn i Mainz Basin .
... eeeh, øøøøøh, mmmmh .... ja? & would you not rather try to explain to me in your own words (english would do )? ... or we can just keep it very general and say that the number on the stone is a measuring mark that gives meaning to those who needs to know the meaning ... something like that, it will do, or, well, yes ... øøøh. ja, that's fine. that's fine
... à vous deux? this di is not a collaboration, but the images are from a trip we made together when i visited germany during easter. i have my doubt that ulrich would go that far (from the original) with the colors ... never say never, of course