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... the Cathedral for a 12 noon guided tour. The tour guide was quite remarkable. Malcolm Miller is a British ex-pat who has been leading tours of Chartres Cathedral for.........58 years. Yup, he is 82 years young. He is the same guide Jerry had 32 years ago when he came to France to study in Rennes. Mr. Miller is still sharp as a tack and is the recognized expert on all aspects of the Cathedral ...
... Dale Will play golf with a bit of luck either tomorrow or Monday. Over the weekend Limeyrat Fete Communale is happening which should be fun. Tonight we are going to dinner and then tomorrow to a pub with local musicians. I hope we get some chance to catch up on sleep. Looking forward to seeing Rudy and meeting his new girlfriend. It must be difficult for him after Katy went back to Holland to be near grandchildren. Weather looks good22 degres for thenext eeek..plenty warm ...
... a little bit. I got my bag from the very nice man at reception and when I stepped back outside, it was raining a little harder. I put my hood up. By the time I got around the corner and was crossing the street, it had started to absolutely pour. I didn't get more than halfway down the next street before I had to duck under a cafe awning for shelter. It was crazy! The gutters quickly filled up, cafe managers were bumping their awnings and creating waterfalls, and it seemed like it would ...
... like ours complete are the people we meet and share with, particularly when those people are already old friends or friends of friends: Peter and Sheila, and, Ann and Martin in the UK, and now Patrick and Veronique in Carnac. In all cases we can say honestly that these have been the best days of all - among the plethora of amazing days we've already experienced. And, of course, there are the people we've met along the way and hope to catch up with again someday; ...
... Now on our way back to Paris to catch yet another train. This time to Toulouse. Den hits the lime light. He leaves our little black bag with Toddy in at the ticketing office. We go off too have lunch. Lovely lunch. Get back to the station to realise that Toddy's bag is missing. I suggest going to the ticketing office. Next thing Den rushes past me and says they think it is a bomb. Off he goes with a gentleman. Next thing he is back for his passport. ...