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... Not sure of the validity of that but it definitely isn't something that happens every day and so we were proud to perform this ceremony.
Mr S looked awesome in his band uniform with his service badge and those of his Grandfather. As most of you know, this isn't really my thing. But I was proud of Mr S, right up the front (being the centre marker) and getting his photo taken with all the big wigs! We are a community band and I think we did Australia ...
... br> cooked more than you would usually as it always comes out undercooked. Well our
beef steaks were still mooing but were delicious!! French food is definitely up
there with the best. Not to forget the crepes we had one morning. Ham cheese
and egg followed by a little chocolate crepe to get us going. I can’t find
enough superlatives to describe the experience!!
Anyway i could go on about the food all blog long but what
It’s the busiest time of the year for horses in this area as
the Elite showjumping horse auction is also on nearby. The horses up for sale
are 3 year olds that have been handpicked plus a handful of mares and foals.
Prices last year went up to 200,000 Euros!!!! It’s over 4 nights so I will have to tie Kate’s
hands to her sides to stop the temptation of bidding. On the home front I saw
in the catalogue, a Horse ...
... 8217;s groom, which is pretty much having a trot and canter around loose in the indoor.
The horses I get to ride are mostly 5 and 6 year olds that have either been to a few shows or none at all. They tell me Edouard sold a lot of horses recently so this is the new influx. There is a few that Edouard says I’ll get to ride at the show which is coming up next week. In the meantime I’ve been able to have a jump on ...
... the different rooms. After that baguette with wine/beer at a cafe where there was wifi. John wanted to locate beer cafes. Which we did. The Rodin museum followed. Quite a few marble sculptures which i was not that keen on but what mad the visit memorable was the building itself and the park surrounding it. Like a castle probably built in the first half of the 18th century. The sculpture "the thinker" was in the garden ...