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Gars bien, je vous tous espèrent ok partout dans le monde ?!
Tout d'abord , je voudrais que vous pour mettre cette chanson dans la stéréo et laissez-vous aller . GO! :)
Temps en France touche à sa fin , une fois de ...
London to Guignicourt 233 miles. I like it when nothing happens. Nothing happening is holiday. We ended up spending five days in London at Colette and Jody's. It was a shame to miss the pre-ban but it's not a miss, just a delay. One day, one day. Couldn't be helped. Circumstances beyond anyone's control. Well, maybe not beyond the guy who wanted to chuck himself off Beachy Head, but even that's a moot point of philosophy. For those were ...
Thursday morning we plotted a course,.. sort of north,.. and headed for Verdun. It was wet,. wet,.. wet! Having said that, it made for pleasant driving. Around 1.00pm we passed though a small village and, as we passed over a stream there, saw a delightful waterside picnic spot,.. just the ticket for lunch. Baguette, jambon, fromage, and tomate,.. and a can of coke,.. how good is that! It was the most peaceful setting,.. sitting watching the water lilies and the stream ...
... I just felt dumb - though I don't think lock keepers should start locks until they are sure everyone is ready and Stan wasn't even tied on yet when he started it. Stan said the guy told him women and boats don't belong together. Thanks dude.
But anyway, we survived. Mostly on the river it is a matter of driving along on your private river - hardly another boat in sight - at about 12 kilometers an hour, admiring the scenery - which is mostly ...
... dashing across the dual carriageway in front of me as I leave the port - in a place where no-one would normally be crossing the road. It makes you wonder how they manage to live while they're waiting for a chance to come their way (which it probably won't).
The French motorway is almost deserted at first, but the traffic increases as Paris gets nearer. The place names on the signposts remind you of events in the First World War - River Somme, Vimy, Cambrai, ...