Residence Maeva Les Belles
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... After a hairy ride down the mountain by Vincent, we took alook around the farm and said hi to Melanie's brother who was milking in the four a side fifty year old shed.(about to be replaced).
Milking 60 cows a day seemed so differnent compared to NZ approx herd size of 200 to 400 with some reaching a 1000. (perhaps why our rivers are polluted). We even tried some real milk from the cow. Thanks, Melanie, Vincent, Marc & David for a delightful day.
... where he milks his cows in the old fashion way, we get a bottle of the fresh milk straight from the cows to take away with us. This is the REAL France and we are so thankful to Melanie, Vincent and her family for taking time out of there day and spoiling us. It really is the people you meet along the way that make the journey when you are travelling, the hospitality and generosity that we have been shown in France has been hard to accept at times as we have been incredibly ...
... stop and take photos to capture the moment, which is exactly what I did. The attached pictures provide some indication of what it was like...and if any pictures can capture the feeling of "why we ride..." Then these certainly do...however you had to be there... I believe that it takes over two weeks (trip) to get into a space where reflection on the outdoors and the experience takes place. It also takes a couple of weeks to feel at one with ones machine and feel flow–I am there ...
... Savioe Region is truly beautiful - home of the Rebluchon cheese and the Montbeliate cow.
I feel alive, I feel alive I sang as pedaling along, the villages had running water that was portable so we could fill our bottles and drink to our hearts content – oh I love this part of France. There are loads of cycle routes all of varying difficulties mainly red or black – meaning fit or athletic!! We had a mixture of the ...
... first day was a 1400 meter 17 mile climb all up hill. We found refuge at a pilgrim house with a crazy widowed animal lady. She lined us up with not to do's and kept eyes on everyone the whole night and morning. Her damn roosters went off at 4 am before the sun came up. They must have been a little off in the head like her. Of course living with ten cats, two dogs, and however many other animals she had I'd be crazy too. The first day lived ...