Capt. Spanky’s adventure to Koln

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  • By Capt. Spanky
  • 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs
After taking a small hiatus during the holidays, I am back once again to share with you my most recent adventure to Koln, Germany.

I had the need to leave the confines of our home and stretch my paws into the world, so the humans and I decided to venture off to Koln and see what new experiences we could indulge ourselves in.

The first thing we had to check out was the towering 516 foot cathedral looking over the people in the city, as if it were a father weathered by time guarding the hundreds of ambitious pups which scurried at its feet.

The detail in the architecture was enchanting; the building was made of engravings depicting a story that refused to erode with the world around it. The stain glass within acted as a filter turning dull light into a cascade of color dancing from wall to wall within the religious palace. It was all so breath taking that by the time we had finished embracing the culture and history locked within this masterpiece, we were ready to go home to plan our next exciting trip.

While my time today has finished, there are always new things to experience. Go off and explore the untold stories locked in time and come back to share your adventure with me. I look forward to hearing from you.