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Well we are back on the road! Its school holidays now and we are spending our two weeks (sorry wales but yes its two weeks in France for half term), driving to the south of France and back. We are spending the first week with mum in a rented house near Bezier, then making our way back up through the Midi Pyrenees back to home sweet home. I cleaned the house within an inch of its life which took twice as long as it needed ...
... had for 10mins and after they cool taking the skins off and we are going to freeze them to do with them what we please. We did mix them with a brill savoury sausage meat open pie, really delicious and a bit of crunchy texture. We took a canvass bag, a bag for life type and wondered into the woods, 15 mins later we had about 5 kilos of nuts by just picking them off the ground and being picky ...
For the first time we decided to leave our sun awning out over night. Big mistake! Most of our washing was dry, just the towels a bit damp, so as everything was very still and clear sky's we put our little rotary line under the awning. Change of weather middle of the night, wind got up and we could hear light rain. Thought ok, wouldn't last long which the rain didn't, but every so often there would be a gust of wind enough to flap the awning and wake us. So ...
... whisper. Sadly it started to rain quite hard and we hurried back to Pierre, where we had left him on a brilliant Aire, which had electric hook ups, wastes emptying, water and an area to have a shower, all for €3.50 a night. We found a place for our new 13kg Gas bottle replacement and paid €36.00 ( £24.00 ) all in, including the bottle deposit(€1.00) which didn't seem worth it for the company. We paid ...
... Patrice and a very good flyer (well we didn’t crash) He found a thermal, we went up to 2000metres and the views over Millau and the viaduct were breath-taking. After cruising around for ten minutes or so he asked me if I would like to ‘ave-a-beetov furn’ and I explained that although I was sitting in his lap I wasn’t gay. He quickly said he wasn’t either and showed me what he really meant. I’m still feeling a little queasy if I’m ...