CUSTOM CHROME EUROPE Bolt On And Ride Tour Rhein Time – Germany’s most romantic ride! ANDERNACH, 10.930 b.c. Rushing along the well-constructed Bundesstraße 9, which climbs along the rocky hillside above Andernach and Europes biggest Cold Water Geysir just below, few people know about the disaster that took place some 12.000 years ago at the narrows: Ashes and debris from the Laach eruption blocked the Rhine river at the narrows, damming the water at the „Andernachian Gate“. When the dam broke, which may have been only after years, the lower Rhine valley and the Netherlands experienced a disastrous flood! Leaving Bonn with the Drachenfels in the mirror... ...and back up the Rhine valley passing Remagen,.. ...the Ahr and Brohl river valleys on the direct B9... ...road to Andernach and Koblenz.
CUSTOM CHROME EUROPE PRESS RELEASE - PUBLICATION FREE OF CHARGE ALL IMAGES: Germany has been a marvel for surreal projects and waisting taxpayers money for some time, not only in the recent years! A prime example, albeit almost forgotten, is the Mühlheim-Kärlich nuclear power station, which not only got building permits, but was built from 1975-1986 and even operated until 1988, then ruled in 1998 that it would never to be restarted. Sitting between the B9 and next to the river, it is approx. 11 km distance to the Lake Laach caldera – in an area prone to earthquakes. If Italy would ever plan a nuclear power plant in the Vesuv/Naples area, the fitting distance would be...Pompeji. As an interesting side note to history, the same lawyer that was working hard on the closing of this nuclear plant is now responsible for the lawsuits that close down numerous German cities for diesel-powered cars... subsequently blocking the river at either Andernach or Brohl – probably at both locations! Watch any video on the 1991 Pinatubo eruption or multiply the Mt St. Helens Eruption by six (!) and you have the idea of the disaster happening here when the area was already populated. Ashes from the eruption can be traced from Northern Italy to Poland and Sweden, marking a major environmental distraction of what some day become West-Germany. A dam of almost 30 meters height formed at Brohl formed a lake that reached up-stream to Mannheim – even CCE‘s todays warehouse would have been in that lake – and included the side streams of Mosel, Lahn,
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