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Our friends from the UK arrived last night so we spent the day at another water hole which actually had sand and a "lifeguard"! 39 degrees so way too hot to go anywhere. Hugh & Anieta arrived about 8.15pm so we had champagne (French of course!) and a simple pasta and salad as they were exhausted. We drove to Monflanquin today which is about ...
... the marina called to say he wouldn’t be there as his mother had died. Plan 2: well we could paint as much as we could above the water line and do the rest later in the year. No problem. And then we saw the weather forecast; 37 in the Pyrenees (although a friend in St-Marie did text me and tell me it was 44 on their terrace at one point!) and 41+ in the Lot and Garonne, far too hot to paint with two pack paint. So Plan 3: cross the Garonne while the water ...
Back around 7:30pm, prepared the baked tomato dish for the week's lunches, showered and heated the previous night's pasta which we ate in the prairie garden.
Early into bed to gain some energy for the week ahead.
... today's route we were on the country roads of France and it we went an hour without seeing any other cars or vehicles.
On wards and upwards literally to Marmande to the Campanile Hotel and Restaurant on approaching the roundabout it couldn’t have been a more welcome sight as we were both tired, sweaty ...
... would subside a bit. So, because the pain subsided when I walked, I was able to ignore the problem for days. Today, it became impossible to ignore. When I told my companions about the problem, they stopped immediately and tried to help me. They tried giving me a pair of their sandals to wear, they bandaged my foot, and they gave me some painkillers. They also slowed their pace to allow for my now limping walk. This is how we managed 40km, with ...