Campanile Brive-la-Gaillarde Ouest
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... disease, not dissimilar to the British or Australian man-flu. I have had a severe case all week and I have tried gamely to carry on but to be honest I have been fairly unsuccessful. Luckily the amazing Jessica has been covering all my slack as well as carrying on with all her own stuff. Not unlike women the world over I suppose. In completely unrelated news I have set myself a challenge for this new month of ...
... which again was fairly spectacular. I really love driving around in France, whether in Sven or Black Beauty as there are always amazing villages, houses or views to check out (and occasionally I watch the road) and of course the autumnal colours at the moment add to the scene. Its funny that there must be loads of towns or villages in France that are completely seasonal, last week we noticed it in the south that the beach resorts were closed for the summer and ...
... fun and secondly it was a typical French 'budgie smugglers only' pool and my smugglers are no longer with us. So swimming was off the menu but since Tulle is a large town with shops we decided that we could pick up some new smugglers for me and the girls needed some swimsuits and shoes so shopping was the new plan. We found a shopping centre with the necessary shops and it took me all of two minutes to find a pair of suitable smugglers. Unfortunately our girls ...
Wow, what a lot has happened in those 36 years. I can't say any more 'it seems like yesterday'! But it doesn't seem that long either. Today the weather is very similar to then, sunny and dry (although a lot warmer here) but the autumn leaves falling all around reminds us of the church grounds. Looking back we have been so fortunate in our married lives, yes we've had the odd hiccup like most, but we have 3 wonderful children, 2 with delightful partners & 2 very ...
... steps. The walk was punctuated with the 12 'stations of the cross', just to make the pilgrimage seem worth it in the end I guess. If Jesus could go through that much affliction, a journey from home, or in our case, the souvenir store back in the village, was not much to bear. The view from the top was amazing, and the chapel itself was something you don't see often. So, yes, it was worth it.
One hour from Rocamadour and ...