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This entry by Tom.
There was rain overnight in Meyrueis. The ground was wet in the morning, the sky was overcast and the temperature was cool. Were we going to get more wet stuff today?
No. Mustering the troops at the hotel took until about quarter after nine. By that time, the sky was clearing and it was starting to turn into a …
... survives. Day 2. The sun is shining but the wind is crazy, things keep hitting our van at high speed, small trees are snapped in their restraints and dust is everywhere and still only 9 degrees but we head off anyway along an old railway track to see what the other little towns in this valley of Arre are holding. The new cycle way to Arre was a delight with the most colourfully lit tunnels ever, one being 440 metres long! We crossed over a suspension bridge into ...
La Couvertoirade old 12th Century town still in Midi-Pyrenees Causses area. Very interesting stroll. Camping Aire outside very rural setting. No facilities, but really nice and quite with lots of room. It's raining again and freezing cold, just like England! We decide to motor on into the Causses region. Deep into Roquefort country. Ironically enroute we get a traffic jam. The very strange ugly sheep The Lacaune that actually produce the milk for the Roquefort cheese are being ...
... hair pin climb but so worth it, except that the chateau was closed and so was the ice cream shop but the sheds were open and all manor of farm life artifice was on display to enjoy before I had to head back down and get home before Clive sent out a search party! Next a most memorable experience sadly never to captured on film! A garage! This afternoon we head back into town to see if the two museums are open. Ones a biscuit factory and ones a vintage car garage. ...
Running at about 80% we head for the Millau Bridge. Its a 400k run up the motorway. Dull but nice day. The spectacle is worth it, as is the trip to the visitor centre.
Head out to LeClerc for air /fuel and breakfast at a Patisssere next door. Meet up with two french guys, one on an RT (Joubert and wife - sorry can't remember name) and the other on an Super Tenere (Christophe). Yak about bikes and gear and where we are going, where we ...