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Bonjour once again from France,
This time from the South of France at our house sitting job for about a week and a half in the tiny Hamlet of Peplisson (near Bonnat).
What a beautiful part of the country, it doesn't get any more rural France than this, a long way from everything, just the rest that we need after a month of extreme touristing. But before we arrived, we've come from;
Greve in Chianti - Tuscany was just gorgeous, the wine was amazing, but ...
... filter. Hey presto Klaus is pumping loads of water now so I can open the throttle a bit. Not much though as all the traffic we follow seems to be doing about 5.5 knots. Sitting on the pontoon all night ( with free power) we rocked and rolled as every barge went past. Some at closer to 9 knots. These are not little barges. 2300t which doesnt sound much but its around 30 thousand peoples ...
... waste we picked up a few gifts, some goat cheese, and a fantastic mushroom salami and of course a nice lunch at a sidewalk cafe. The Vin was excellent Rose’ today. We also discovered a Lavender distillery very cool.
Still off in search of the perfect Vin will it be the Mazurka, or maybe the Vinsobres or better yet the Rasteau at Chateau de Ruth with its bread oven that dates back to the 16th century?
Oh I discovered one more thing today have you ever heard ...
... avenue. All the big names were present. Boss, Dior, Cartier, McDonalds (biggest revenue producer in their world chain) etc. etc. etc. Also all the big car names had showrooms. Of course Shel (me) was in man heaven. There was one cute little car that PK loved. It’s called the Twizzy. Perfect for Sidney to Deep Cove and return. We then headed home around 6 and Reinhard and Michel (Apt. hosts) had just arrived back from Geneva so we shared our ...
Yup we're still totally unqualified for this, so don't follow this as a guide on how to build one of these. We'll have made some massive errors in it's building!
A couple more days spent in the woods during February and March. We completed as much as we'd hoped to and that was to get the main frame complete with the big rafters and the little rafters all pegged in.
There was a lot of discussion about the height of the eaves over the door. ...