Cute pink house in the town of Flawil, with, yes, it appears to be Bambi on the side.
Hotel facade and sign in Flawil.
Another cool sign advertising a business in Flawil.
A bit of Americana in the middle of nowhere Switzerland.
Plow. Birgit made me take this picture for Eric.
Window in the side of a barn. Everyone in Switzerland loves flowers, and there's a flower shop even in the smallest alpine town.
Garden with water pump.
Yes, Chickenbag! So I did buy the pattern for this, although whether I will ever make one remains a mystery.
Birgit in SchoggiLand. Did she die and go to heaven? It's possible, although that would technically mean that I'm there with her.
Vespa in SchoggiLand look like this.
Sorry, no photos of the chocolate factory or the Oompah Loompahs, but we did get some fabulous schoggi.
I decide it might be a good idea if I ventured out into a field of wildflowers in this lovely Swiss alpine scene.
Yeah, what was I thinking? That's my friend pollen, right there on my jeans.
This really is the view from the train on the ride from Flawil up the mountain to Appenzell.
I still can't believe Switzerland really looks like this.
Every house is decorated in the old town of Appenzell.
Main street and shops.
The facade on a pharmacy.
All kinds of plants used in medicine are painted on the front of the building.
Another cute house in Appenzell.
Toy store in Appenzell.
Large gnome selection outside the toy store. If you have a garden, it needs a gnome, and that gnome needs friends.
Around town in Appenzell.
Sign outside Hotel Appenzell, showing everything they offer in their restaurant, in 3D.
Old wood shingled houses.
Front door to a business.
I love this adorable house.
This appears to near a metalsmith's shop, though I never really figured out who this garden belonged to.
Traditional Swiss dresses for sale.
Stained glass inside the Appenzell museum.
More stained glass.
Weapons inside the museum. Cool.
A blacksmith's shop recreation in the museum.
How to make a chicken?!
This clock is utterly cool once you notice the little grim reaper attacking the guy with the cross in bed.
Decoration outside a building in St. Gallen. I wish I could have seen this working to see what it does.
These ornately carved balconies that jut out from the houses were very popular in St. Gallen for a while - so popular that some of them are actually fake and you can't access them from the inside of the house.
Cool house in St. Gallen.
Another lovely window, this time in St. Gallen.
Back in Zurich, some kind of Toblerone festival at the main train station. Mmmm Toblerone.