Chateau de Fources
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... arrival to make sure we weren't damaging their friend’s boats.
As soon as we got on to the boat, we both instinctively knew that someone had been on it in our absence. Firstly the bed, always freshly made up had been laid on. Secondly the fridge, which is always left open once switched off was closed and all the beer stored inside had gone along with Stef’s Ardbeg whisky and my pastis. There was no mess or visible signs of entry, but the ...
... many as we would have thought. A real mixture of Canal boats.
Cycling past hectares of maize crops close to 4m tall, sunflowers, apple and kiwifruit orchards all add to the mix of scenery. Loved coming into Agen where the Canal is actually a bridge over the river Garonne and a road. The Canal goes around the outskirts of Agen and this is where we left to go to Chateaux Marcel. Arrived at 3pm all hot and sweaty after close to ...
I was a bit freaked out with the thought of having to cycle 70km today. We didnt leave until nearly 10am after a great breakfast that was prepared by John our Scottish BNB host. He cooked the boiled egg perfectly - must be because he was a science teacher. It was a wonderful stay and the pool was a great welcome when we arrivedDidn't have the best of sleeps as it was so hot. Our ride today spun along fast - our bikes are ...
... at the crack of dawn tomorrow and see how far I can get.
I think we are about 35 or so locks from Toulouse and still going up, our altitude at present is somewhere more than 150m above sea level, we reach max, alt adout twenty miles past Toulouse I think.
I will try to download some more pictures this evening for thoseof you who have mentioned that we should post more pictures. There are a few technicial problems to dealwith which I am working on!
... Mas- d'Agenais around 19h.
I was dreaming of a supper out of the boat but because it was Monday, everything was closed apart from a grocery, so we could buy some green vegetables to cook a salad.
Trying to find a place to eat, we had the opportunity to visit thea ancient village, market and fountain.
Today, Tuesday 22th, we will ...