Maison de la fontaine
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Hi everyone, especially those not on Facebook. It's been a while since I've been in contact, maybe as far back as Helsinki. Well for those of you who think I may have disappeared into the wilds of rural France, I am actually still walking and have only a few days to go before reaching the Pyranees. The walking has been tough but fabulous with some …
... But I think it is going to be up ,up and more up...... Will let you know the out come tomorrow. The evening in this gite was very interesting. At dinner time the beret wearing basque started singing many loyalist songs which did entertain and I told him that it was Theresa's birthday and he sang a song just her her , which was quite special... I believe Jane has posted a version on face book. We had other pilgrims at the table .. A group of four from France ...
... about ten minutes of stumbling and searching for signs...I did say that I though this to be NOT one of our better ideas..... However it is amazing how quickly the sun does rise and very soon we were walking in beautiful morning sunrise with the mist hovering over the corn field and the roosters crowing and the cows mooing......and if I had smell o rammer you too could be blown away with the delightful morning country smells...... It was, I have to say a very hard day.. ...
... the local basket ball court.. The local twelve year old boys are trying to impress us with their Pele, foot ball manoeuvres ..the two fat ladies , one quite obviously a dyke serving us up badly presented but tasty lasagna ..... Terry drinking the worst white wine she's ever tasted...Helen and drinking chateau cardboard red , which was quite ok..... Time for bed... Going back to to the timber shack and only because there is only five of us... Us ...
... we need to make reservations for places to stay as there are just so many people walking. Now you can imagine Paul and I trying to phone and do this quite basic task has its pitfalls. In fact, today I tried to get a room in Spanish business didn't work. However we have hooked up with a Mexivcan couple living in El Paso who help us out.
Adios until next time
P and D