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... Pas de Barane, Chemin de Couchat. She is full term, 38 years old and it’s her second.
Operator: Hold the line I want you to speak to a doctor.
Doctor: Good evening. Have her waters broken?
Doctor: Oh she has ages yet. Get her undressed and on the bed.
Me: Er no. She cannot move as the contractions are every 2 minutes.
Doctor: Can I speak to Madame Didier?
I had the phone to Jayne
... we should turn to the left of a farm fence. We immediately found ourselves in mud midway up our knees, so we abandoned that idea and went back along the channel in very muddy and, in Hans' case, internally wet boots! The channel followed the contour of the mountain, so the going was easy and it did not take us long to have the first five km behind us. At the end of this track we took to a forest trail that ...
... 2 hours to get to that point, zig zagging up the mountain all the time. By the time we reached it we had fine views across the valley back to the village we had left that morning. It looked very small from 800 meters up! The trail which had looked so smooth and easy from our gite window the day before turned out to be nasty and treacherous. It forced it's way through wild azalea bushes and brackenferns. It was very easy to put your foot ...
The fog of last night was all gone by morning when we first got up, but by the time we were ready to go some of it had re-established itself a little bit. First we had to descend to the lake level near the dam. There were warnings not to walk across the dam so we followed the official pass into the valley below the dam wall. We had reached the lowest point and were just beginning to climb out of it again when ...
... for some time and at the end found ourselves on a very pretty but muddy alpine meadow, but there were no animals to be seen. We saw a shepherd standing on the edge of a lake far below getting ready to water his sheep. We moved on and passed several mountain huts but did not stop at those. After another hour or so we came to an area which was described in our tracknotes as "a delicate passage, not to be attempted in bad weather". The warning was apt as it was very ...