Domaine de Messanges
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Ted and Laurie walked this morning, looked round the town cemetery, and watched as a pilgrim set off for Compostella dressed in full brown monk's outfit and backpack. The local council here has planted ancient variety fruit trees along the chemin de Compostelle for the sustenance of pilgrims. When all ready we went up again into the mountains to a pretty little town in a remote high valley for lunch in it's renowned restaurant, we found it closed when we got ...
Awoke to the sun streaming through the van roof, Opps forgot to close the roof blind last night, still it was 10am n Andy had the kettle on. Eventually surfaced and sat chilling in the garden with the Bruton family and a pyramid of empty beer and wine bottles, must have been over 200!!! Spent ...
I haven't forgotten it's Anzac Day, I am thinking of the Anzac march We do each year with dad and the kids. I Remember our fallen and I am grateful for our freedom. I just read a beautiful poem by, Jim Brown, 'the Anzac on the wall' I cannot cut and paste it, to share with you, but if you could google it, it's ...
... we take one exit too early, and are soon driving along a single track road, surrounded by dense pine forest, needless to say, it is pouring with rain.
Three miles of recriminations later, tempers fraying rapidly, the sat nav instructs us to turn right into an even narrower gravel track.
The good news is, there is just enough hard ground at the entrance to the track to turn the van around, ...
... towns trying to weave and overtake.
All corners within the towns are blind as the old buildings are settled against the gutters. We all pulled into a town and as we turned the corner we saw a crowd of people gathered around two cars, which had clearly smashed into each other. A man stood facing the traffic waiving us all to go slower. Now, I’m not sure if the crash came first then the massive pool of oil covering the road for about 50 meters, or if the oil came ...