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This prehistory is rich in story, from ice age to glaciers melting and sea levels rising. Through all of these many thousands upon thousands of years, the fauna and flora have their own stories. Our imagination is filled up with visions of woolly rhinoceros among several species of rhinoceros, cave bear, woolly mammoth, reindeer, the stag, ibex, wild sheep, bison, musk ox (a favorite of mine when visiting Nome, Alaska), elephant, horse along ...
... German at the next table; interesting - he had just walked the 35 kilometres from Montpelier and intended to continue on through the pass for another 230 kilometres to fill his fortnight's holiday-fun? They are all very health conscious with many oldies like us seriously cycling across France - maybe something we can aspire to next trip! Found a bed and tossing up our options for ...
... and fed we decided to make our way to approximately 15kms from Capastang and moored on a bank in a village called Argeliers. Quite a pretty town but we seem to have been inundated with flys! My god they are everywhere! Not sure why?? Is it the 32 degrees? Have the farmers sprayed manure? Not really sure, but i will be looking forward to leaving them as they are very annoying! Leslie an I went ...
... that roadways overlook the countryside parks and forests, vineyards and farms, and not a place to shop to be seen anywhere. One literally has to search them out. Even our local bakery and grocery in Siran require local knowledge to find. One would never simply drive into the village and know where they are by reading billboards or signs. I love it!
On our first Saturday night we sat in the village square and listened to ...
Who teaches you how to let go?
There is no manual for that.
Family, friends, people have been asking me what's up. Silence, not like you.
Not really wanting to talk about it.
Sheppie died today.
He, we, struggled for a while best we could. Took courage. Still does. Still holding the leash - he's not there.
I'll miss our walks, our funny way of getting on. He ...