Thus, in solitude - despite Covid-19 - a life without FFP2 mask is possible as far as possible.
He is currently staying with his fiancée Jessica Frühbrodt and Rambo - the Carne Corso breed protection dog from New York - at the luxurious "Apache Home" in Croatia on the Adriatic coast.
The mobile home is ideal for staying far away from many people. Roger Klüh does not currently travel to the hotspots, but rather anti-cyclically to tourism. Far away from the corona virus.
Only in this minimalist trinity, away from the hustle and bustle and health hazards, and in unspoiled nature, he finds the peace for his new project, as he says.
For the Cuba speedboat world record holder has gone among the authors. Under the working title "Apache Star - The Art Of Speed," his life's work is being literarily reappraised with all the anecdotes surrounding the brilliant speedboat trip.
The luxury caravan is ideal as a mobile and self-sufficient home office. With its own power and water supply as well as heating, it could even be transported on a cargo train, a container ship or in a transport plane.
"This mobile freedom and cosmopolitanism are my true luxuries. I'm sitting in the middle of nature right now and smoking a Cuban cigar," Roger Klüh told "Shots" on his cell phone today.
Incidentally, his book will be published by Novum-Verlag in Germany, Austria and Switzerland in April 2021. We can look forward to seeing where Roger Klüh will be in the Trinity then.
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Source: Shots Media