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... is a good campsite but out of season everything looks sad and lonely. And we had some fun watching a van from Guernsey ( complete with bull bars front and back!) trying to get a signal on his satellite dish. It went whizzing round, up and down and never locked on. Had he moved his van a couple of feet, he probably would have got line of sight away from the ...
The bread van arrived - noisily- at about 8 this morning. I looked out to see people emerging from their vans to get bread. It had rained heavily overnight, with a fair wind, but the pitch remained solid. We had a fairly long drive but mostly motorway. We stopped for lunch at an aire. Originally the plan was to stay at La Sommieres in the southern suburbs, but when we finally found ...
... low being unemployed, so using the free rail travel seemed rather semsible even if there are not many trains to choose from!
We need not have bothered planning a day out as on our first day in Brittany, on a shopping trip to the local Super U, we stumbled across a stash of the flavoured cognac at lower prices that expected. Even though it was just past 10.00 in the morning we sneaked to the checkout clutching ...
... makes no sense to someone who has been involved in the UK railways for twenty seven years, and one that seems to serve no market very well at all.
Take our journey today, the trains we could have caught to Nantes were either at 0735, with a change at Redon, arriving at 0853, or then the 1144 departure direct to Nantes arriving at 1250. Although this latter service does not operate on the 1st or the 13th of September for no reason that ...
... put them in the freezer for our use.
Yesterday we picked all the tomatoes that had split from all the rain, they went into a soup flavored with our basil and will be on the menu tonight along with a bowlful of fresh mussels cooked with wine some cream, shallots and salt and pepper. They come from Mt St Michel and are small but plump and delicious; I am getting hungry just writing about them.
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