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A good cure for the blues is a drive in the scrub in my yellow 'bubba jeep' Daihatsu Scat. In the foreground is a guinea flower, Hibbertia species.
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Country crossing in Dramatic Tone.
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I was wondering that as well, my only answer: The road coming in from the left is the official Elbe cycling-way "R1" and just descended from a bridge over the Mulde river, the cycling-way continues as a fully asphalt-road on the right side all the way through the forest. The road entering on the right was a local road for farming and forest-ranger vehicles. It's a dirt road continuing on the left side into the forest.
Fun fact: About a mile and a half into the forest, the paths cross again, cyling-way continuing left, forest track going further on the right hand side.

I guess it's just an example of German bureaucracy when it comes to building things. The R1 cycling-way has been built sometimes in the 1990's I guess and that dirt road was most likely there much longer, in order to avoid any bureaucracy obstacles they might've went for those crossings.
 
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