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... march! There are several bad things - the distance is officially 29 kms, but we have to go 2 kms beyond the village to our accommodation...! Also there are thunderstorms predicted, I think 90% chance of precipitation, so our luck may have run out....also, I think it will be not the flat route that the last long day was, although the village which is our destination is one long street along a ridge, so let's hope we walk along many ridges and plateaux during the ...
... little paths through forest, but mostly through corn and corn and corn. It got quite boring as it was too high to see anything else - higher than even an elephant's eye - and it was mostly dead or drying....I had been told that the corn was used largely for fodder (for cows and ducks) but I also read that this summer was terribly hot, at just the wrong time for the corn, so maybe some of the dead and drying fields are ...
... bit tired as there was a fair bit of road walking - little country roads with no traffic, except maybe the occasional tractor, but you do notice the difference. We started off this morning in a bit of a drizzle, and I put on my poncho but Amr had his ready but toughed it out, and it worked. I took mine off once I thought it would not jinx another shower. And I had gaiters on till lunchtime as was determined not to have wet shoes. So we set off, with ...
Now at Nogaro, which sounds more like Spanish than French, but it comes from a word to do with walnuts. We are still in Armagnac country, and each town says it is the main centre of Armagnac. 21 kms today, and quite easy. Still flat mostly, and at one stage we thought that it was not as beautiful as we were accustomed to, but then it picked up and we walked beside the vineyards, and corn ...
Now at Éauze (pronounced in 2 syllables - even the French not from these parts get corrected!). Had a beautiful walk here today, 17 kms, and we are now in vineyard country, and otherwise walking through shaded tree tunnel paths.... The last 7 kms or so was a former rail track so was delightfully flat and straight and shaded. We have a different routine here ...