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... to fight the Russian campaign and still have enough to get back to Berlin in time for tea with the Fuhrer.
The satnav told me the nearest one was 7 miles northwest of us, so we broke off our route and cut off down this country lane. After a short while it was evident this road was hardly used and cut through some forestry. The road surface was covered in lethal green moss and fell away at the edges. ...
... crepes and homemade nectarine jam.
Off to Nantes, the sun was shining, perfect biking weather.
I'd done a scenic satnav route to take us by the coast and keep us off the dual carriageway. This meant going through a number of port towns Lorient, Auray and Vannes. The crossings over ...
... cous just kept expanding inside me. So that Li-Li and Isobel could have a siesta Annie took me and Will to Pont Aven not before we bumped into John-Bernard at the back of their house. I had to take a photo of him just to prove he existed.
We had a walk round Pont Aven which is very much a touristy village loaded with biscuit shops and art galleries. But the ...
... Quimperle where she duly picks us up at 7pm to go back for supper.As usual they have the knack of turning something simple into a culinary extravaganza.Kick off with aperitifs - Ricard for me n Will.
Starters is Coquilles St Jacques, main course is really tender pork, French fries and some sort of carrot stew, viennetta for pudding followed by bread n cheese. All lovingly washed down with 3 different bottles of wine.Then out comes Li-Li's home made hooch with a pear in the ...
... good headway and will arrive in Ponta Del Garda on schedule."
So if this is the last thing I ever write, remember, I went down thinking of you all. Actually, I shall probably be thinking "did they manage to finish the payroll on time?".
4. Heston Bluementhal
5. Nutmeg (although I think this is wrong. Mace is the outer covering of the nutmeg and is a separate spice)