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... manually planting small lettuce plants (see photo)....I am not sure it is done differently in Australia but I think so
The week has been highlighted by ...
... Tour de France but serious ride). If bikes can go up there then the mighty Pug 2 will eat it! Then I noticed that thing we had seen in the TdF where supporters paint the names of their favourite riders on the road. Lots of names that meant nothing to me....then Go Seb....Loeb is best.....Seb Loeb.....ahhhh these are not bike riders but World Rally champs drivers. A quick bit of help from my good friend ...
I fixed up my bike this morning and everything went to plan. I'm ready to roll. But I had to skip breakfast to get this done. That wasn't a big deal, though, because I stuffed myself last night at dinner, late.
Although it was cool in Le Bourg-d'Oisans, it was dry. We carried our bags to the van for the trip to Gap and dressed warmly for the ride up Col d'Ornon. It was almost starting to be a nice day on this climb, with a few low clouds hugging ...
... and we headed to Forcalquier. By the time we got there, the lunch siesta was about to start but we grabbed a couple of small quiches from the Boulangerie before she closed and took out food to the local bar. You can bring food because he doesn't sell food, but happy to sell us a coffee.
after lunch the rain stopped long enough to go for a walk. I really liked the town (even though much of it was still closed for lunch), some ...
... were happy with the cheese!
There was a break for lunch... a long break as usual, so we took our cheese and wine and headed back to our place at La Chalp to eat our cheese & have a glass of wine. The wine.. again 14%, was a little much in the sunshine at lunch so we didn't head straight back to the jazz... a leisurely time before we headed back to hear the jam session to end the Jazz Weekend program at Fort Queyras.
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