Le Val Du Bergons
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... in the dark, thousands of people carrying candles and singing. Very "atmospheric" and so glad we made the effort, even if it was an hour long. Back to camp. We are so glad we decided to "do" Lourdes, as initially we had thought not to go there at all, but feel we were lucky to hit a quiet time. Apparently it varies from day to day- there were 11,000 Italian pilgrims there that day but we would not have known had we not been ...
... side of the slate, it does have heaps of history.
Once in the truck we headed for France to catch the end of the camping (holiday) season. You see someone at some time decided that all outdoor activities in the UK and Europe will cease on or about the end of September, regardless of the weather or the needs of the
tourist. Camping ground gates all across Europe start to slam shut in the face of tourists like us from the middle of ...
... colours. Di, Lee,
Clare and friends John and Christine enjoyed an amazing week with soaring
temperatures, wall- to-wall sunshine and nice quiet roads for cycling. Those of
us not cycling did a fair bit of walking including climbing from Artigues to the Pic, admiring unusual alpine flowers and picking wild Myrtilles – enough to make a cake.
Mushrooming has begun in earnest, though the dry weather has meant harder work
to find enough ...
... will they work today? All the questions that go around and around in one’s head before the start. Need another pee.
The slowest riders go off first so the faster riders were either sleeping in or relaxing over coffee and watching the commotion and events.
As we got closer to the start, we began to register our presence and take our bikes into a corral behind the stage. The first riders gradually shuffled forward and mounted the stage above the ...
... feet but I made it . . . just. I feel the elements and my fatiguing body probably didn't make it the prayerful experience for which I was hoping - oh well!
It was necessary to extract nearly one hundred tonnes of marble from the mountains of Carrara to create this Way of the Cross in 17 stations. Work was undertaken by sculptor Maria de Faykod. It was financed by pilgrims from around the world. It is a stunning piece of ...