My wife is orignially Hungarian. She says it means, “Out of the pail, into the bucket.”
Thanks. I ran it through google translate and it said something similar. I used the English equivalent.
It’s actually from a song.
Photo taken in a beautiful medieval town (Quedlinburg - pronounced “kveh-dleen-boorg”) on the historic “timber-frame route” in Germany. It’s a postcard perfect half-timbered doll house small town. Unfortunately, I only stayed the night on my way to Leipzig.
The church on the right was built in 922.