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... atmosphere and constant hum of activity that could be heard from our apartment.
This has been one of our favourite destinations. We've taken time to relax and share lots of laughs as well as thoroughly enjoying the local restaurants, wines and picnic lunches with the delicious local produce. The perfect weather has been a bonus.
With only one week to go, we're heading to Cote du Rhone tomorrow.
... into their lives
4. Finances! - God has been so faithful in getting us here. That we are even here at all is no doubt a complete miracle. But we are here for at least one year, and still need quite a bit of funding, especially for the outreach in 3 months, so please join us in prayer for finances to be released!
Thank you so much for reading
More to come soon!
Love and blessings,
Gerritt and Maggie Salant
... space on the edge of the city, at the top of which is a Roman tower boasting amazing views. First, however, the children had a race around in go-karts and then a pony ride each. A first for both of them, and they absolutely loved it. We need to find more ponies apparently!
It was a hot climb up to the tower but we broke it up with some Cicada hunting - we did spot one on a tree trunk. What a bloomin' racket for something so small!
We queued to get up ...
Our first week in the South of France, was in the Languedoc Rousillon area of Provence, in the small town of Uzès.
We had hired an apartment where we self catered - which means that early each morning Peter went down the road to the nearest Boulanger to get fresh bread and croissants for breakfast!
We loved wandering around the old town, where cars were not allowed, only pedestrians, ...
Due to the lack of Paddleboarding caused by a drop of rain and some clouds we braved the hours drive to Florac and cycled the gorge onto St. Animie apparently the prettiest village in France. The river, bridges, bars and shops selling tut actually made it feel like Matlock Bath without the chippies! A very windy ride back to the car made the high gorge roads and vertical drops a little ...