Our adventure today took us to Bad Sobernheim, Germany. Bad Sobernheim has an awesome barefoot path called Barfuspad. Did you know the soles of the feet have 200,000 nerve endings? Yep, we got the soles of our feet massaged today. The path is just a little over 2 miles long taking you over woodchips, rocks, stones, through mud, water and ends off with a 130 foot suspension bridge over the river. This wasn’t the first time we went to Barfuspad. We went in 2010 when Grayson was about Greer’s age and have been waiting on warmer weather so that Greer could experience it too. The boys got unbelievable muddy, but we
rinsed splashed off most of the mud in the river. I can not wait to go back. If you are ever in Germany I highly recommend Barfuspad. Wear your yucky clothes, pack a lunch, hop in the car, and just go. Bad Sobernheim is about an hour from Kaiserslautern, so it’s a great little day trip.
Warning: Stay away from this grass
It has stinging hairs and will leave ant bite like stings if you touch it. Its gotten us several times but today Grayson was its victim
He took it like a champ though, much tougher than I was when it got me a few weeks ago.
My camera died after the last picture so I didn’t get any of the suspension bridge, but go check it out for yourself! Have an awesome weekend!
A collage of our Barfuspad visits in 2010 and 2012. The boys were both around 16 months. I was pregnant with Greer in 2012