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... once again with Michel and Marie-Helene before they head back to Bordeaux for the winter, I feel sluggish writing and enjoying the baking sun before it descends behind the mountain in an hour, now the clocks have changed. We need a fire at night now, but still no heating, although all is about to change next week and snow is forecast on the high slopes. Almost another year past as we descend towards Christmas and the beginning of my 58th year. How did that ...
... late in the day, in the heat and on day six. A lot of people suffered on this climb. We made it, descended the short section and started climbing more gently through open pastures where horses, sheep and cattle were grazing. It was case of heads down, keep spinning up the hill. I think it was at this stage that Paul said: “Did you see that guy lying in the meadow? Do you think he was OK?” My reply: “Sounds like a good idea to me.” I hadn’t ...
... see the change. I am glad he has
gone back home as they have now knocked down the stone wall and will be
installing lots of glass. Shame really and an awful waste of money. Meanwhile
Stefan has nearly finished the Bergerie
for an approximate cost of 3,500€ and a value of 60,000€. It’s not perfect, but
will make an excellent garage and workshop. It would be nice to have the MG
here and be able to drive her up Tourmalet!
... for the time it will take me to get to the top. There are support stations at 6km and 11km but I doubt anyone will be stopping at these.
The road rises gently at first, beautifully paved courtesy of the Tour de France. The river is on the left with much evidence of a huge flood that came down causing extensive damage about two years ago. There are increasing glimpses of sunshine above but the temperature is perfect at the moment. The road steepens through the small ...
... places -some obviously specific tracks while others pop up beside the road with backpack or day pack and almost always with one (but generally two) walking sticks.
It was almost with great reluctance that we packed and left the Paradore Bielsa though we were also pleased to be leaving one to end up in another, the Paradore Arties being tonight's destination. We had initially planned today's travel route taking us back into France but a review of plans (and ...