Ibis Limoges Nord
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We've been staying on the edge of Nontron this week, just pottering. Had a wonderful catch up with Rob on Skype yesterday. Whilst chatting Tess was being her usual bouncy self wanting attention with a huge stick. In the end we threw it to keep her quiet then suddenly she caught it wrong and we had to pull it from her throat. She seemed ok no blood,so took her back to Pierre to lie quietly ...
... in a lot of official things.
Sometimes on a beautiful straight road, I can see in my mirror that a car or cars are catching me up. If that was me, I would accelerate, indicate and overtake. But no! They stay at the same speed and inevitably catch you up just before a corner and then overtake, often on solid white lines! It seems that overtaking must be seen as a challenge not a manoeuvre that is done in safe conditions. To be fair, sometimes French drivers ...
... was a lovely situation - lots of space for picnics and relaxation. Fabulous reflections over the misty lake as the sun rose.
One of the things we have noticed recently, is how the French are real foragers. In the past week, we have seen then picking up walnuts and chestnuts. There is a glut of both of these and you run over them as you pass under the trees. The roads are a mess where there are chestnut trees ...
... t have seen many Germans, they were out of the way, but that the allies had landed just a few days earlier and would be coming through. No liberation for these poor folks.
Even for the survivors it was difficult, all traces of their history had been destroyed, no family albums to look back on.
Anyway, it's a lovely part of France, so if you are near Limoges go take a ...
... loads of dogs, and have a really nice set up.
They were really nice to me, cooked, gave me a bed, and even though we all got up early because Baz was off to work made me feel really welcome.
Thanks guys for being so nice.
Remember me if you need a digger driver!
Now it was lucky we got up early as I had to go back to a village that was closed the day before, Oradour-sur-Glane, and then get to ...