Hotel du Commerce
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... hard to pack up the winter clothes and stop lighting the fire!
While I was back visiting family and friends for a week, Stefan repointed a chimney, replaced the zinc guttering and down pipes including treating the soffits behind, and put new tiles along the front of the roof where the snow had broken them and replaced any others that seemed broken. We could probably do with a new roof, but by the time we have finished replacing all the broken ones, we ...
... cause. sorry to those of english descent.
Just in case we might do some laundry today!
We managed to cross several passes and one we nearly managed both sides but a 100 plus meters of road was covered with snow drift and the edge of the road only visible before disappearing down the side of the mountain. Its along way from Mandurah. I also still can't get my head around the next 2 months still being ...
... are the norm. My impression is many are no longer livable but the cost of fixing up is too great- so time may be the killer. they have however lasted some 400 or so years already so not too bad.
Been to the restaurant and massive but fab meals and of course French style with lots of fat - especially when we had dessert!
Moving forward to the 24th, the weather ...
... in bud and even where the branches have broken, new growth has appeared. We've filled in the 'rat mole’ holes with soil and seeded and have had to cut the grass because of growth. This week started with 25.8 in the shade and wall-to-wall sun, but we have also had the hot, violent sand-laden winds from the south and yesterday it was 5 degrees and today heavy rain.
So what to do first? Well I guess start from the top down. The roof needs lots of ...
... had broken their chains and were walking to Artiques from St-Marie about 7 kms in a blizzard. He gave them a lift and all they could do was moan about the road being closed and how no one could help them with their chains. On his way back he found a people carrier parked on a bend with 2 women trying to put on chains the wrong way round and securing them with bungies. Every time they moved forward they came off and eventually they had warped the wheel. He offered to help ...