Domaine du Revermont
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... had a long, involved conversation about the ice cream before it was ceremoniously presented, the whipped cream topped with some kind of plastic decoration. Well worth the price of two coffees! We had a modest picnic lunch (by comparison) in a park overlooking the Haulte Nautique and the boats and barges. Some looked like they were there for a short while and some looked like ...
The storm blew through Besanšon and we saddled up the ponies and took to the road again. One of the things I really appreciate about cycle touring is how quickly you leave behind the noise and bustle of a town or city of any size once you are on the cycle path again. The Doubs River and the Canal du Rhone au Rhine swept us out into the lush countryside once again on our way to Dole.
There's always ...
... ago. The Napoleon Museum was closed “indefintely” then and it still is!
So,back tracking, we were on tied up in Choisey, waiting for Stan’s wrist and fingers to heal enough to get back to St Jean - de -Losne. We decided on the Tuesday (the 17th) after the fall off the bike that we could go forward, with me doing most of the driving to keep Stan’s wrist quiet.
Well - that lasted about a kilometer, away ...
... going on in a field and local soccer stadium (think, small local stadium) across the canal and a bit south. There was a pretty strong wind coming down from the north so we didn’t hear much, just occasional snatches of rock and jazz. Not bad!
I typed this on the 15th but the World Cup has been eating all my spare time, and I am just getting it posted today. Apologies - but it has been a super World Cup!
... fallen on the roof.... we carried on regardless, only worrying when the car started making noises at low speed in low gear did I begin to worry... we needed to get to Nice & worry about the car tomorrow!
We hit the peak... about 2500m above sea level... the top of the world we thought! It was a scary drive!
The drive down was a relief... at least we knew the worst was over!