Chateau De Locguenole
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After coming back from Rennes we enjoyed dinner in the cockpit. Just in front of where we are moored there's a bandstand and in the evening around 30 or so people were old fashioned dancing until the late hours. it was really lovely to watch as it was people of all ages.
Friday we didn't do too much - mainly hung around the boat and completed chores. In the afternoon we ventured out for a while and found out it ...
Last Wednesday M. and I set off on our annual journey by car, to our apartment in Spain, via Irish Ferries and a picturesque route through France. It nearly didn't happen this time... Because while doing some last minute shopping on Saturday, I fell heavily on the pavement in the town centre. At the time I was more embarrassed by the public spectacle than anything else, and then about some bruising to my hand. However, the main damage only became apparent ...
... of old churches. We sat in a church for a brief respite from the heat outside before wending our way back through the throngs of shoppers to our car.
On to Carnac, at last, at nearly 4pm. Good to have the long hours of daylight. It was really hot by now and we were quite tired, but found the stones in their little fields and set off on a signposted walk, not sure of our destination. Turned back to try to find a map which ...
... were shutting but still managed to buy some seafood before the fish market closed. In the afternoon we went wandering around the town which was just lovely. There remains parts of the old town wall and ramparts, loads of half timbered houses etc. Just lovely.
... Gen decided to bring out the sewing machine (which we had bought at a boat jumble for £20) and finish the be-mini. It was just pleasant sitting back chilling.
The following morning we moved - not far just a couple of miles away and anchored in between oyster beds (much to the curiosity of locals as it wasn't an official anchorage). We were hoping to ...