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Treacle came off her steroids last Wednesday and remained well for several days, but unfortunately yesterday she was sick and today she has diarrhoea again, isn't eating and is very quiet. Lets hope this is just a bug she has picked up and not the return of the colitis.
As if in sympathy with Treacle not being well, the motorhome obviously decided that it too should have a problem. I returned today ...
... in the park near the mill, which was wonderful and included some left over wine from last night. And goat cheese flavoured chips! Weirdest things, and only in France. Another 20kms or so on the bike, it's now very hot and we did a fair bit of riding along some busy roads. Our next stop was a cider maker where we watched a film about how they used to make cider and how they do it now - again in French but we managed to get the gist. Then ...
... around the village and check the sights. We meet for lunch at 1215 to sample the local speciality, crepes or gallettes if you're having the savoury versioon, which we did. We left Reddon about 1330 and set off for our destination tonight, La Roche Bernard. This afternoons ride is a bit harder as there are rolling hills for the last 20kms and the day has warmed up. We arrive at a gorgeous little hotel at about 4pm, ...
... The arrival into St Nazaire was around 8.30pm, have to love sunset at 10pm!
While St Nazaire is a quiet little town, it sits at the mouth of the Loire River, upon which flying boats landed in the 30's as their last stop before Southampton, where passengers disembarked and ...
Our final adventure in Normandy was an 1 1/2 hour drive to Mont Saint-Michel. Le Mont-Saint-Michel is an island commune in Normandy, France. It is located approximately 0.6 miles off the northwestern coast of France. The island has held strategic fortifications since ancient times and since the 8th century AD has been the seat of the monastery from which it draws its name. One of France's most recognizable landmarks, Mont ...