Le Vieil Aiglun
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... mountains in bright sunshine. Still on the D85 heading For Gap, then Sisteron and hopefully Castellane.
Most of these photos were taken from the moving MH so may be a bit blurred, ...
... a yummy dinner upstairs at a table in an open room looking out at the distant steep mountain sides rising up from the green river below. With a couple from Minnesota named Jan and Brian, we shared a large table and lots of great conversation that made the evening interesting. After our wine, bread, cheese and jelly appetizer on the table outside by the border of wildflowers, we moved into the warmth of the enclosed room, heating the ...
... at 28°C and when we got to the top of the mountain it was 8°C with a blizzard blowing and visibility down to about three metres!
We passed hundreds of cyclists attempting to make it to the top.....some old, some very young, some fat, some fit, bicycles of all sorts, ....what was certain was they were not getting to the top easily.
Our day at the Mediterranean was a beautiful warm sunny day. We visited the old ...
We have just left the Gite and are enroute to Sisteron via Malmoissin along rte A 51 Route du Val De Durance. It's a beautiful sunny day and we have said au revoirnto Ferdinand and Monsieur Speth. It's very clear with blue skies and crisp temp of 8C. The valley looks so green and fresh this AM. We have just gone through St Jean with anotherbeautifulChateau Arnaux,St Aubans.the Main Street goes by the Chateau with a very nice park, likely the original grounds of the ...
Woke up a little later than usual and it's sunny but quite a bit colder than the last week. After breakfast we climbed to the top of the little mountain that is above the old church. La Sommet de la Puy is at 900 meters so 200 meters higher than the Gites. It was warm and much less windy up top and the view was incredible. The mountains towards Nice were snow capped and there was a marker at the top which explained that the lower conical hills around the region were rocks ...