81. Heidi country-- where's Grandpa?


82. Here he is!


70. farms in Krimml Valley, Austria


3. old and modern city of Luxembourg


133. Some people never think the new is better.


45. Picture yourself in the cruise ship!


140. “Ask someone who has traveled with us;” ask Miriam and Lowell!


79. The kids are coy.


1. modern Icelandair planes to Luxembourg


69. . Landeck and Inn River, country of Pilgram Marpeck


52. Worms, monument to reformers, especially Luther (“Here I stand")


110. It’s a long bridge for walking.


88. Or pet a friendly horse.


87. Stop for a drink of mountain water at the local watering trough.


130. The people are glad to tell their stories.


76. Cows come home on main street.


121. A gentle waterfall graces the cave.


111. the Grossmunster church in Zurich where Zwingli preached


Art by Oliver Wendell Schenk, 1972


113. Limmat River in Zurich, courthouse


64. Wald Restaurant where two Anabaptists were arrested while praying—giving thanks at their meal


77. Go through tiny Liechtenstein on your way to Switzerland.


51. Gary Waltner-- historian, shows us around the Weierhof.


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71. more Austrian mountain farms, stones hold down shingles in a storm


60.Mountains were barriers to the fleeing Anabaptists, who had to stay off the main roads.


65. Gufidaun Castle where Blaurock was held. Northern Italy


129. TM visits farm homes like the ImmeIhauserhof.


59. The mountains get better; the beginning of the Alps.


74. Mittersill, Austria, Martyrs Mirror stories from here


56. a more somber moment at the concentration camp, Dachau


57. and the furnaces to burn the evidence


58. and the sign, “Never Again” in four languages


53. university city of Heidelberg from the castle


30. sunset on the North Sea-- Menno Simons' country


120. on the way to the Cave of the Anabaptists


118. Cal Redekop tells the story of Anabaptist beginnings at Ruedi Thomann's farm house.


117. in Zollikon, a young congregation started in 1525


115. spot where Felix Manz was drowned for his faith


50. Weierhof, communal farm-- Mennonites came to America from here-- Wm. Penn


44. ride the Rhine-- busiest big river in the world-- Anabaptist story here, too


46. good castles in the middle of the river and on every suitable mountaintop


47. vineyards laid out on all good hills, behind charming villages


63. Innsbruck, “Goldenes Dachl,” Jacob Hutter was martyred near here


93. Alpine flowers all the way


122. always a worship service in the cave- usually including communion


135. a leftover 15th century architectural jewel, now a restaurant near the Strasbourg cathedral


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108. These Swiss children like to sing and yodel for TM groups.


132. This village is on the way to Strasbourg, France.


131. Shopping in a medieval town like this one, Riquewihr, is like going back to Reformation times.


83. Buy a dirndll and look Swiss! This is a tour member.


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72. roads to nearly nowhere


107. Mrs. Haslibacher and Jan Gleysteen hold the family tree.


96. Tour leader, Calvin Redekop, tells the story of persecution


89. A ride up a mountain is great. This is the cog-rail train on the Rigi Kulm.


78. buffet/picnic for noon lunch


99.Here comes another!


135. a leftover 15th century architectural jewel, now a restaurant near the Strasbourg cathedral


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135. a leftover 15th century architectural jewel, now a restaurant near the Strasbourg cathedral


2. Schweikard Reisen M.A.N. bus


Slide #20, July 1978


97. The Aare River nearly encircles Bern


80. both boy and girls


49. Follow the Winestrasse (wine street)-- picturesque!


100. Canton of Bern, crops and countryside. More rain coming.


slide #30, July 1974


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84. Appenzell, good cheese here, in the heart of Switzerland


109. Don't miss Luzern and the ancient covered bridge.


62. TourMagination offers surprises, here even to our leaders, when a whole band came to welcome us in a remote “no-tourist” town!


photogrpher!


123. The cave holds over a hundred.


106. Plaque on house of Hans Haslibacher-- Anabaptist martyr in Sumiswald area. We visit his farm-- still in the family.


105. Redekop tells what happened here.


86. statue of Vadian in St. Gallen, teacher/brother-in-law of Conrad Grebel


85. Appenzell, note business signs


112. street where Felix Manz lived in Zurich


114. Zwingli--- sword and Bible in hand-- young Anabaptist debated him on this


119. a tour member at Ruedi's house


73. Anabaptists had to cross here to escape to Moravia.


95. TMers in Bern


102. Greti Jakob play for TM while children yodel


91. Brienzer, going higher


54. Rottenburg River where Michael Settler* tried, Rottenburg, Germany


56. a more somber moment at the concentration camp, Dachau


103. more music while everyone enjoys cheese fondue


127. the Kraichgau area of the Palatinate


56. a more somber moment at the concentration camp, Dachau


127. the Kraichgau area of the Palatinate


103. more music while everyone enjoys cheese fondue


54. Rottenburg River where Michael Settler* tried, Rottenburg, Germany


103. more music while everyone enjoys cheese fondue