We started Wednesday by visiting the Kleinenkneter Steine and the Pestruper Burial Grounds at Wildeshausen. The burial grounds are situated on a heath moor and are visible as far as the eye can see. The Kleinenkneter Steine is basically one of Germany’s versions of Stonehenge, on a smaller scale. As I understand, these burials took place 5,000 years ago. Korey had the guts to wiggle into the cave and took some pictures. As he came out of the cave, the skies opened up and it began to pour. We felt like we were being chased by Druids as we ran back to the car.