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... church bells ringing out across the town.
After a couple of Leffe Ruby beers and a steak we walked back to the hotel. I couldn't manage the blog, I was exhausted, so decided I would do it today instead.
I am sure other than a couple of people in the HOG, this is just disappearing into the www and not being read, but I am enjoying writing it....so will continue on
... that they were working with primitive materials and without flashlights. There were efficient too - re-using curves from one animal for another, superimposing their drawings.
There were only 5 of us for the 2:15 tour at Fort de Combarelles. These engravings were incredibly detailed, but without colour as water has washed away the paint over time. The variety of animals seemed greater here: wooly rhino, mammoth, ...
... lucky! I'm pretty happy about that, whats more it had a bath!!! Nice surprise so we spent the afternoon washing off the farm before heading out to the river with some breads and cheeses and foie grais for a late evening picnic by the river then back for a sleep.
So tired we're in bed before most of the locals it seems - no one seems to sleep at a reasonable hour in Europe, not even the children! ...
... and kept surfaces clear & clean. Whilst they don't seem to care about health & safety... Diffferent strokes for different folks.
We had a short break and checked out a used book stall where I got a copy of GoldFinger for 1.5€ what a steal.
It rained on & off all day, besides the town the marketplace was in, I'm really close to ...
... m not sure about. They are both native French but everyone has pretty conversational English.
Whilst on the farm, we've learnt how to braid onions, how to make vegetarian tapas, washed up heaps (cause the farm looks worse than Farmer Nannas, that's blamed on Sandrine being pregnant but...), drove a tractors, used a plowing machine, played some chess. It's a bit of a good time, but I'm looking forward to singing God save the Queen (& entering the UK)