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... attempting to hoover us out at 8! It was, then, a pleasure to jump back on Tinkerbell and tear off leaving a trail of dust in my wake. Today, the last Monday of the journey, we zipped back towards the south again and returned to Spain, hurrah!! I was happy to be back even though we got a soaking followed by a roasting at regular intervals on the way. We crossed over mountain passes and valleys so that it felt as if I was Hannibal ...
Capestang Well, we left the last place called........ummm....hang on - I'll just go to another window to check.................................. .......................... Sigh........ Returns, having gone through 15 apps to try to find the one he wants....... Ok, the place we left this morning was ....ummm.... Oh bloody hell! Can't find any impression on my app so have to resort to an old fashioned map....made of paper.... ....Sigh.....The bloody naviguesser ...
So it's now Tuesday, so I'm reliably told, and I arrived here in La Redorte at tea-time last Saturday. My blog got a little hazy recently, no doubt partly due to being in one of the finest wine growing regions of France, with views of ripening grapes in nearby fields from my 'camping ca'r (as the French rightly call it). Also because David and Alison are wonderful hosts and Alison loves preparing delicious food at all times of the ...
So a bit of a gap in the blog because having arrived at La Redorte I have been swept into a couple of days of amazing hospitability, meals, lots of wine and outings.
So how did it start? SATURDAY, August 30th
I left my previous campsite saying au revoir to Anne and Gascon, the owners and lovey hosts. I told Gladys (satnav) to get me to La Redorte by the quickest route and blow the expense, so was routed through ...
... 2004, built over 3 years and cost 400 million Euros. We parked and walked to the viewing area to admire the views and the construction itself, in what was now beautiful clear weather. Then the Expo on the construction process for Rob and John! Drove to Roquefort, famous for cheeses ripened in caves, and set a plan for tomorrow before dinner in the free camp site at the tourist office. Great views back across the valley ...