The simple moated castle was hidden deep in the forest. Each summer its stream-fed pools would be shared by water lilies, emerald ducks and a pair of swans. On the stone bridge, winter foxes would leave their dabbled tracks upon the snow. A sophisticated piping system, of colorful hand valves and other various fittings, would let waters flow into the castle courtyard, irrigating the cottage gardens of the abundantly insightful Hildegard von Bingen. An original water valve adorns WALDBRUNN, symbolizing the circularity of life.