Moulin de Labique
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... many of the fruits and veggies yet as our hosts took us for dinner last night and we did lunch out today. However, it is lovely to look at and I need fruit for a still-life painting class I am doing tomorrow.
Our first touring effort in our host's rather elegant Audi was to the unbelievably beautiful (stop me if I use this term more than 100 times) nearby medieval bastide village of Pujols. It is actually a designated "Beaux Village de France" ...
... The wine maker was lovely and had great English. The setting was quaint and simple. She uses terracotta pots for the wine making process and only has a very small crop of vines. A very boutique winery - Domaine de la Voie Blanche On leaving the winery there was a steep uphill but then it was all downhill. We stopped in Campange and looked for a picnic sport. We hadn't had lunch and we were getting a little ...
... then we came across the most beautiful house and grounds - there was a pool house with plush pool chairs and a lovely manicured garden. We think it was a holiday rental place. A 2km steady incline followed - we all got into the uphill rhythm and coped well. As we entered Meyrals there was a giant scarecrow - it seemed to have been part of a fete as the church grounds had a wonderful collection of garden sculptures and scarecrows. We stopped at a boulangerie for ...
... had not.
we visited a castle that we had not been to though and that was really cool they had sling shots, demonstrations on everywhere like they acctuly fired a ball at a little mockup of a castle.
All the stuff that we saw amazed me so much, and to see all the armour that they wore and what they would of went ...
... whilst the audience fell asleep. I did catch some joke about speaking Dutch on account of the president being Hollande, but that was about it.
The next day we woke to heavy rain and decided to stay put till it stopped; no point in trying to tackle more of the 15 locks back down towards the Garonne in the rain. The weather cleared and we got into Nerac late afternoon, found a great spot in the port and went exploring. Just above us is what remains of Henry ...