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So since the last post we made the drive from Ile de Re to Biscarosse. Nothing much to report on the drive just that due to the French heading south as well the roads were quite busy in places. We arrived at one campsite and Jim went off in a golf buggy to check out the available pitches, they were a no go so we went to the next campsite down the road. They gave us a map and we found a pitch we liked the look of so decided to stay there for 5 nights. One thing we didn't ...
... the afternoon on the beach entertained by the paragliders, one of which was doing somersaults and other tricks. There were a lot of nudists on the beach and an elderly couple were hilarious trying to get in for a swim. The water is very cold still and he was acting out diving into the water without fear for his wife but still not quite brave enough to get under. They were completely at ease frolicking in the water in their birthday suits and it ...
... roads and scenery got more interesting, too. We passed by a very pleasant lake shore that was chock-a-block with campgrounds on our way to Biscarosse. We didn't see the ocean despite being very close, but that really didn't matter--we'd be there again at the end of the day. There was some very pleasant rolling terrain and nice roads, and a few unpleasant drivers honking at us to get off the nice roads and onto the adjacent bike paths, which we did not do.
We went ...
... around, and one of the almost loaded vehicle, one of the group and then a few from our ride including a nice stop for lunch at a beach-side restaurant. Others have taken pictures and have promised to upload them to the blog. We were also lucky today--rain was supposed to start at 2pm but it is still dry at 4pm. We are in two hotels here so we are going to meet the other ...
It doesn't matter if the title of today's entry makes you think of Canned Heat or Kenny Rogers, the idea is still the same - today was time to put the rubber to the road and see what our band of cyclists was made of. After the requisite group photo we took off, initially keeping together until the friskier broke away from the peloton and set off across the countryside at high speed. The terrain was flat as ...