Premiere Classe Limoges
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... Limoges for a scan if she was up to it in the morning! We arrived at the vets early, to find she was sitting up and desperate to leave, we were told to still take her to Limoges but for an endoscopy as she had pain in her throat and he didn't have the facilities there. So here we are in Nuiel after dropping Tess off and ringing to see how the procedure went. She has no holes in her ...
... go up and down.
We travel at a max of 80kmh - 50mph. This is the most comfortable and economic speed. In villages and towns we drop down to 50 or even 30kmh. If we cross speed humps it's more like 15. Generally, those behind keep a reasonable distance and allow us space. Cars tend to give us room at things like traffic lights and hill starts. Cars will stop and let us go through narrower parts of roads. It's all very easy.
Only a couple of points ...
... architecture. And we finished the day by visiting the porcelain museum. And as a bonus, we had a wonderful meal in an Irish pub!
We were tired, but full of memories.
A beautiful Sunday morning saw us visit Oradour sur Glane. This was a village that was attacked by a panzer regiment on 10th June 1944 and the whole population were massacred. We counted 18 members of one family killed on that day. It has a ...
... sewing machines.
It is all just where it was.
You walk round in silence, partly as a mark of respect, there are signs too, because it's hard to imagine losing whole families in just one day.
Now I know families have been destroyed by the wars, but this was all done in one day to punish this particular village.
What's really sad for them is that during the war ...
Mick had told me to call in on Baz, that he'd love to have me stay, all is good.
So imagine my surprise when me and Spike were winding Stella up, that they didn't even know who I was!
When I turned up, Baz took one look and said, Gotta be honest mate I don't recognise you at all.
So we sat down, had a drink, ate some lovely food, and chatted.
Baz and Stella live on a lovely piece of land with a ...