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... takes over. We stop for lunch at Rigny, hoping for a boulangerie, and some matches. There is a bit of a crisis, as we cannot light the stove to make coffee! The lovely store at Rigny gives us some allumettes (matches). Victoria whips up soup (from cartons), toast and cheese, and I make tomato cucumber avocado salad. Ham sausage and cheese make a lovely lunch.before we know it we are in Gray, our stop for the night, and Lachlan manages a ...
... we were suddenly surrounded by Dutch, Germans and Belgiums. On Saturday we cycled down an old railway track into the town of Langres and admired its walls, cathedral and interesting buildings. After lunch we cycled down quiet country lanes through picturesque villages until we picked up the old railway line again and headed back to the ...
... couple of 'bonus' climbs before we arrived at the river. The route out of Besancon was a bit more trafficky but we managed OK without getting lost or losing each other! Once clear of Besancon our route has been a delight - mile after mile of undulating empty roads through a mix of woodland and farmland. Near the end of our day we came across a road closure at a railway bridge but fortunately the diversion was quite short.
132km on the clock for the ...
... and also one that was most heavily armed. It was also blissfully cool in there - not surprising since the walls were a good 6-7 feet thick. There was a lower chamber, dug down into the ground, which had had smaller cannons on the outer edges, and a large central stone pillar with vaulting holding up the ceiling. There was a middle chamber, slightly offset from the lower, also with side areas for cannon and a much higher ceiling, also supported with stone pillar and ...
... We wore our waterproof pants and were not greatly bothered. It is very rural, with fields of hay and of barley, plus some corn fields, and many many pastures of cows. The more we climbed the locks, the higher we got.
At the top of the canal on the Soane side, there is a chain of 8 locks, each 5+ meters deep, each about .5 kilometers from the last. They are all automatic, with a remote control clicker, and we worked out way through ...