Les Lumieres De Neige
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We've left Lourmarin with some sorrow, but soon perked up when we got into the Alps. It's been a perfect day, the trees are turning Autumn colours and although it's 26 degrees there's snow on the high tops. Briancon has this amazing fort built to keep the Italians out many years ago. Tomorrow we go over the mountain to Italy toward ...
... when we where riding through Milan in the opposite direction on our way to Turkey in 2006)
After passing Turin, another large City, I was on my way to cross the tunnel of Fréjus between Bardonecchia, Italy and Modane, France.
I was stopped by security after paying the toll and directed to follow their van with flashing lights through the 13 km long tunnel and waiving good bye at the ...
... to get the price.......I would like to award her with the most disinterested person award of the trip. I saw her last year and thought her rude, this year she'd mastered the art of ignorance personified.
As we headed into the outskirts of Milan, the train stopped, there'd been an accident we were told and could be a while. After being on a train for along time everyone was itching to get off and get on their ...
... stop and take photos to capture the moment, which is exactly what I did. The attached pictures provide some indication of what it was like...and if any pictures can capture the feeling of "why we ride..." Then these certainly do...however you had to be there... I believe that it takes over two weeks (trip) to get into a space where reflection on the outdoors and the experience takes place. It also takes a couple of weeks to feel at one with ones machine and feel flow–I am there ...
... behind who thought they were Sebastian Loeb. The church was indeed very old and dated back to 1123, some signs of a troubled town with some vandalism and a Ferme hotel. The huge massif and mountains that housed twisties and my destination rose out of the valley and could be seen from 150 km away, daunting indeed. Having stopped so frequently I now approached ...