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... centres supplied us with food. We were able to get some more suction (ventouse) hooks from Gifi.
Then we had a long drive, mostly on Autoroute, to an aire at Salles sur L'Hers. We have used it before, but it is fine although quite sloping. The commune provide electricity, although only one socket was working. So we piggy backed onto a frenchman's lead.
And the sun is shining. So we sat in the sun and enjoyed a glass or two of vino.
... relaxing day with James in Massat where we had some lunch and a beer in Le Globe, where the owner Jean-Pierre looked after JP's vegetarian wishes. Then we visited another cafe called Le Maxil. Very trendy place the owner who has worked in the states loves to speak English. It was a great Bar and really quite modern place - especially for Massat!!! Then the highlight of the day was bumping into some other bikers from holland and Germany who have given me yet another destination to head ...
Meeting up with James Rebecca and Ludo in Massat was great. A warm welcome after such along ride was fabulous. Parked the bike and up the now familiar track to the remote cabin on the mountainside. - oh what a beautiful place. A warm welcome with two of my favourite people and one of my favourite beers - such great company what more could a man want (only one thing would make this more perfect - for Liz to be here with me). I ...
... Tour de France. On today's agenda we have Col de Ares and Col de Portet d'Aspét reaching 1069m. Cycling up a 17% grade with a 200lbs bike is our crazy idea of fun. Reaching the top hot and sweaty we collapsed on the grass in the shade to take a breather before heading down. Lunch time was quickly approaching and we decided to pull into a large city centre, St. Girons. Thinking to myself this is strange, this is suppose to be a bigger city centre, why does it feel so vacant ...
Cave: as we curve around the corner I saw a big prehistoric cave that cavemen lived in 15 thousand years ago! it was really big so I think a Mammoth lived in it be for the cavemen got there . So we got in a tour group and we hade big heavy torch so we could see inside the cave because it was pich black then the person leaded us in the cave we could not touch the walls because you might be touching some tipe of chemical . The inside of the cave was ...