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... tasting and I think we'll be having a case show up at our doorstep at the end of the month. The owner gave us a history of the place, which he purchased 12 years ago when he was 55. He runs the place with his son and his wife. After the tasting, we had the best lunch that we have had since we've been here. Pictures will definitely be included at the end of this post. After lunch, Daniel pulled out is guitar and sang a little song to the group - adorable! After saying ...
Next to the parking lot was a single playground apparatus - A Round-a-Bout where you sit and spin yourself by using the center cylinder (description could be better - I have a great video if you must see it). I spun Caleb for a few hundred turns until it was time for us both to feel what Level 10 was ... I jumped on and spun us both. I literally fell over when I got off and thought I may see my lunch... Usson has literally no commerce to speak ...
... say, we did survive my first day of driving in France. We stopped for groceries in Meze, but as our luggage was taking up most of the room in the trunk and between Daniel and Blake, Kim and the boys had to have the groceries on their laps and around their feet. As we came down the hill to Montagnac, the traffic was backed up (we never did find out why), so the 10 minute drive turned into an hour. Once we got through, ...
Today was hot and hilly. We had trouble not only drinking enough water but finding it. Only one cafe today after about 2 hours of walking so it was a good thing we bought food for a picnic lunch. So far the Spanish appear to make much better coffee than the French. Absolutely stunning vistas today. A lot of the path today was very rocky. It was definitely a hard hike and some people were completely exhausted and not prepared for the hike. We are sitting as I ...
What an interesting first day. Good thing we had a big petit dejeuner in our hotel. We started walking at about 8am and we followed the road UP out of Le Puy. I mean up. It was very misty but we could tell the sun was going to be poking through so we only had tshirts on. The trail was well marked and there was nobody else walking. I mean nobody. A real contrast to the ...