On October 4 we had our Oktoberfest in the Bar. With flags, napkins and pictures we made the Bar Bavarian as possible.


"Ein Prosit, ein Prosit, der Gemuetlichkeit,
ein Prosit, ein Prosit, der Gemuehtlichkeit,
oans, zwoa, gsuffa"

With the right music, we even got a quite good beer tent atmosphere.

Of course with the real big Wiesn' Brezen (Oktoberfest Pretzels), which astonished a couple.

The 18 "brezen" were gone quite fast.

We also had Bratwurst and Sauerkraut.

The beer brewers were busy again and provided the beer.
The beer consumers were even more busy.

Chip and Sandie are dancing a Polka.

The music (Haindling, Hubert von Goisern) inspired all to join in.

JP is playing the spoons.

Chip the bowl-drum.

Later that night Chip showed his famous beer mug dance...

it works even with a totally full one.

Continued by riding on our chairs..

not to easy for everybody anymore.

"Griast's aich"

JP found another way to play the tuba.

With enough beer Chip and Drew were even able to sing in German.

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