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... that we weren’t up the rear end of the car in front but instead leaving a sensible distance; playing the really fun game of speeding up when an English car is trying to overtake you….what fun they had with that particular game today!
But then we weren’t so great either at our 2nd toll plaza. We’ve got a new tag that lets you go through the tolls quickly ...
... with rain.
Anyway I could at least dream of what it might be like to promenade down the 500m maple tree lined driveway or trundle along with a horse drawn landau after a tough afternoon shooting pheasant!
No wonder they stormed the Bastille!
Hey that's tomorrow.....the 14th July, I'd better get down to the Tabac and get some crackers or I'll miss out on the fun.
Lovely quiet campsite. Only two other caravans on site. Swimming pool + small mini-golf. Showers/Toilets. Electric hook-ups. Set on edge of forrest. Walks from back of campsite into forrest. Easy access from A20 just south of Chatearoux Junction 14.
... that we are doing OK.
We now drive to the final RT of the day and we find ourselves all bunched up with 5 other cars on the rally, so we drive in convoy. There is a festival feeling here with the towns people waving us through their towns and taking lots of photos.
We arrive at the final RT and we take bets as to how many times the Mustang has to overtake us. She starts a minute in front of us ...
- Free parking