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... Pas de Barane, Chemin de Couchat. She is full term, 38 years old and it’s her second.
Operator: Hold the line I want you to speak to a doctor.
Doctor: Good evening. Have her waters broken?
Doctor: Oh she has ages yet. Get her undressed and on the bed.
Me: Er no. She cannot move as the contractions are every 2 minutes.
Doctor: Can I speak to Madame Didier?
I had the phone to Jayne
... high up in the mountains without any possiblility of shelter. Your hiking poles seem to become lightning conductors in your mind...However, while we had some rain and thunder it turned out to be not too bad and we managed to get into a beech forest which at least gave the illusion of safety. We had a quite a large descent in front of us and had worried a bit about having to negotiate rocks made slippery in the wet weather, but most of ...
... happily walked across the wall to find a better spot...Sometimes it does not pay to be too law abiding! We followed the hill (sorry, Bronnie, mountain!) upwards and as we got higher we began to see the sun. Eventually we came up above the clouds into blue skies above and sunlit clouds below. We dawdled around a bit just drinking in the scenery. We saw to hikers coming up the other side of the mountain out of a ...
... to reach it. We ate our lunch on the grass in front of the refuge under a warm sun. After a while we got treated to a flock of sheep who were passing by, accompanied by their Patou dog. As there were quite a few people there the dog seemed more at ease, so we managed to get a few close-up pictures especially for Bronnie... During the afternoon the sun gradually disappeared and as it cooled down almost everyone came in out of the cold and we imbibed in a few drinks ...
... hours from today's walk. This was just as well as we estimated it would take us about ten hours to reach the other end. Hans was concerned about how his knee would hold up, but both of us were sick of doing nothing so we made the decision to walk today. The weather was beautiful when we set out. The unpaved road we followed for a long while ascended steadily but not steeply, and we made good progress. We climbed high above the valley of ...