La Maison du Bassin
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... of rain, loud rumbles of thunder and bright flashes of lightening. Pretty scary when you are in a tent but once again it stood up to the elements and was still standing the next morning.
The following morning was a bit wet and overcast but we decided to head to Biscarosse beach and have a wander around the market stalls which was nice. We had a pasty and an ice cream on the beach and then headed back to the tent. As the day went on it was a lot clearer and warmer so ...
... dunes in France. Dune du Pilat. It was like driving into a little bit of Shangri-La after Bordeaux. We are in a camp ground under big old pine trees looking out over the Atlantic Ocean and para gliders everywhere were swooping back and forth catching the thermal uplifts. There were up to a hundred para gliders, some just learners having a hard time of it and others passing just over our heads and sailing up high over the sea. It was fun to ...
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All 18 of us, including Caroline, were dressed in our trip jerseys (designed by Linda again this year) for our first day on the bike. Looked good. Gotta say everything is awesome when you're part of a team.
It took a little longer than we'd have liked to get started today, but only a little bit. It's a good thing that we got a large van because we used every bit of it this morning, but it's pretty clear that we can and will do better once ...
We had a nice opening ride today, about 110 km of flat country. While it was nice to cycle on the flat, it was a bit boring. A lot of it could have been in eastern Ontario with fields of corn and soy.
We did see mounded crops which I thought were asparagus, but apparently are some sort of fruit, the name of which I did not recognize.
You will see pictures of ...
We arrived on time and passed through French customs with barely a glance as usual, followed by a long wait at baggage claim for our bags and bikes but it was far too early to check into our hotel anyway so no harm no foul. Caroline and I picked up our rental vehicle, a Fiat 9-passenger van, while the others made their way to the hotel on foot--it was that close. But they had stories to tell, too, since the airport and the ...