Campanile Montelimar Les Tourettes
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... and emerald-green wooded hillsides.
This morning you'll arrive in Viviers—the gateway to Provence—where you’ll enjoy a closer look at this charming town on an included walking tour. Then you'll have free time to explore on your own.
... or teacher....felt v proud of ouselves!
Wonderful to return. The Ardeche Gorge is magnificent, the colours, the light, the amazing views from the road along the top, which David took in his stride driving along (lots of 100 metre sheer drops) whilst I gripped the seat in despair. Conciously I knew the road was a great one, smooth, wide, well marked and with great stopping points ...
... but I felt like I was being spied on, so I looked up and there was a teenage cat on a second story window sill!!! Ba and I were so happy seeing so many cats and getting some quality petting.
We had to be back on the boat at 1100, and we sailed through the deepest lock on our trip, I have pics stuck on my cel. Anyway, a small boat got to join us, the water level dropped ~75 ...
We are sailing today from Lyon to Tournon, there has been a lot of rain so the Rhone river is on Orange alert, which means that big ships cannot sail. The reason is that the Rhone has several locks, which are really really fascinating. I've never sailed on a boat like this before (not to brag, but I have been assigned the role of ballast on a catamaran previously) so these locks are so great! ...
... for our own answers in our own way. And this is ok, in fact, I think this is how it is supposed to be.
Lot of pictures with this post... I just couldn't leave anything out!
Words for the Day:
"Don't be afraid of the answers, be afraid of not asking the questions." - Jennifer Hudson
"Human beings are works in progress that mistakenly think they're finished." - Dan Gilbert