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... the rocks are giving me the humphs - having to look where I put my damned foot! Sucks! Next uh oh of the day!
The road today was all the old Roman road until we turn to go into the town. Mostly seems to be preserved (the original road area is probably buried) and runs like a reserve between farm fences. Markers showing it as the VDLP original road and other signs of Roman road times. Easy going except for the water traps and the rocky bits. As the sun gets up ...
... over the pillars. Made it - phew! Buddy says I would never make a gymnast - no kidding - they told my mother it was best to withdraw me from ballet, tap and acrobats as a kid! I sucked!
Saw for the first time today the return of the mole hills. They were only little ones and reminded me of the beautiful little mole we saved last year from the drainage ditch. A moment I'll never forget. So cute of an animal, so frightened, nearly drowned, not happy about being handled ...
Black start in full wet gear. Forecast is for rain. Freaking freezing wind so glad of wet gear as it stops a bit of that plus any rain that is supposed to come our way. First few kms...........bitumen!
Thankfully after negotiating the road system we enter Parque Natural de Cornalvo and a dirt road almost 20kms to our digs for tonight. Beautiful underfoot, a bit muddy in places - clearly had more rain than where we were yesterday- had to kick it off - ...
... occasional expletives from Monsieur as we coughed up large amounts of his pension to help maintain the French road system.
Bordeaux -17 Février 20015
We stopped at a camp site just north of Bordeaux. Monsieur connected the electric, carefully putting the extension reel under the van, and turned on the heating. Time for his first, well deserved (he thought!), beer. With a desperate lunge into the cutlery draw in search of the bottle opener, ...
Yesterday we met a couple who have been living in a motorhome permanently for 14 years, just travelling Europe. They sold their 8 bedroom farmhouse in the UK years ago. Last year they decided go and live in one of their investment properties, a flat. Said they were in it two weeks and got back on the road with the motorhome.