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... over the last few days. Today likely brings to an end this motorcycle tour, and the last week has been an absolute highlight as far as riding is concerned, as well as company, and scenery. We have met some really cool like-minded people and also good old friendly ones as well. Anyone who wants to come riding here can not be disappointed. Its just brilliant. Twists, turns, mountain passes and serene villages, its just great, as is the food and ...
... Jams, chutneys, sloe gin, harvesting of pumpkins, Tarbais beans, butternut squash and beetroot is done. The bedding plants are still in full bloom so I am continuing to water until the first frosts come and then will empty the tubs etc. We are always aware that this could come at any time. One chillier morning last week dawned to a covering of snow on the Pic and Monfaucon ( or Rhino rock as we call it) and Piau Engaly towards Spain, so it is never far ...
The grotto was beautiful. The rock walls were freezing to the touch. But there was a sense of tranquility as we sat and prayed. Cherry and I walked the mountain to see the Stations of the Cross and drank the Holy Water from the Grotto. There were lots of people waiting to go into the baths but you weren't allowed to watch. We purchased little bottles to take some Holy Water home but you could buy 5 ...
... looking down on the town and the basilica is built on top of the grotto. We met a lovely lady named Mary Irwin from Brisbane. She also works for a school looking after after-school care at St Bernadette's at Redcliffe. We spent the entire time with Mary and found we had a lot in ...
... steep - or didn’t seem that way as we paced ourselves for what we knew would be a long day. There was a gentle descent and then a further climb along a narrow road perched on the side of a cliff before rising snakelike through the alpine to the summit of the Col D’Aubisque. Stunning.
As with most of the cols, there was an aid station at the top with food and drink but we didn’t hang around here too long as we were shocked when Fergus, ...