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Interesting start to the week. Knock on the van at 7am - campsite being evacuated as plastic factory up the road is on fire. End up standing in a supermarket car park, not knowing what was happening. Rescued by lovely German couple who explain the situation and how to get an excellent breakfast as well! Saw the salinator in Bad Durkheim. Strange contraption that generates ozone by running salt water over blackthorn twigs.
Went to Neustadt to ...
... whose bus and general set-up looked like a caravan compared to the bigger teams) where the riders were warming down surrounded by Aussie fans. Naturally we stuck about. Good thing too, as we scored a little souvenir from a staffer who saw Dan's St.Kilda top and felt sorry for him, and the ABC reporter must've felt the same as he came over to interview Dan about the day's events. Not sure if it ended up on the telly but it really should have, top quality ...
... So I am very grateful to her. She wisely kept the doors locked as I approached and she didnt unlock them till she saw I was not carrying an axe. She dropped me in town and i wandered back over the bridge to red and the warmth of mains power. Ahh. Dry and warm. i have opened the red wine and here We are, up to date. Craig turns up tomorow afternoon. Not entirely sure what the travel plans are but he has a lift for a lot of it. No busses or taxis out ...
... shame the pool was out of commission,
Sonzay............nice pool......private party in the restaurant made it rather busy and made us feel like intruders.
Le Croytoy...nice quiet site but the pool was out of commission..........Excuse me but why??
I know it's not quite high season but 29th June ...it's hot where's the water!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Disappointed there; ...
... to do some harvesting work. The work never eventuated but we visited a castle there famous for being the place where Joan of Arc identified Charles VII thereby enlisting his support to send her to battle. We also visited caves an ethnic minority were inhabiting until just 20 years ago. Aside from the fascinating trip into French history, the town was quiet, picturesque, campervan-friendly and full of free food – chestnuts, walnuts, raisin grapes, figs ...