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... Limoges for a scan if she was up to it in the morning! We arrived at the vets early, to find she was sitting up and desperate to leave, we were told to still take her to Limoges but for an endoscopy as she had pain in her throat and he didn't have the facilities there. So here we are in Nuiel after dropping Tess off and ringing to see how the procedure went. She has no holes in her ...
... situation is where we are parallel to a slip road, and a vehicle is coming alongside with the intention of slipping into the lane behind me. I have seen the 'Oh! ****' moment many times, when the driver realises that there is something behind Monty, and has to brake - hard!
We still observe the 'boy racer' driver here in France. The type that insists on overtaking in low speed zones or at speed humps, but they aren't common.
What is common is ...
... its peaceful surroundings, where time has stopped. But the brutality is still clearly visible in the memorial and the signs around the village which identify places where men, women and children were rounded up and killed.
The campsite here is good. We have had 4 days of sightseeing and rest. Around us are the most fabulous colours in the trees, ferns and heathers. We will definitely return at a warmer time of year. ...
... 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 ...
Mick had told me to call in on Baz, that he'd love to have me stay, all is good.
So imagine my surprise when me and Spike were winding Stella up, that they didn't even know who I was!
When I turned up, Baz took one look and said, Gotta be honest mate I don't recognise you at all.
So we sat down, had a drink, ate some lovely food, and chatted.
Baz and Stella live on a lovely piece of land with a ...