We drove to Waldkirch which was historically a major centre for making organs, mostly for fairgrounds, to be played on the street, read about it here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waldkirch
There is a museum of them but it was closed, we’ll go back because Christoph says it’s worth a look and if you click on the pictures in the article, I think it will be. We had lunch, of course, in a small family run guest house called JägerHäusle and it was really good food, not fancy but good home cooking. We tend to like those places more than the really upscale restaurants in most every city we visit, you'll read about another in a bit.
Walked on to the Baroque style church of St. Margarethen, website http://www.ksew.de/cms/website.php?id=/w/index.htm you will need to do a translate on it.
|Detail of the inset above the entryway.|
Inside it is very ornate and has many windows to show the coloured murals in the ceiling.
|Traditional and modern working together, or not, depending on your opinion!|
|Loved these stools!|
From there we could see the Kastelburg Castle built in 1260 shrouded in fog, rather sinister looking, or if you prefer, romantic, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kastelburg Despite the foggy day it was an enjoyable one!