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The lunch sounds great not so sure about a walk in the rain though despite the beautiful countryside. Guess what my post tomorrow is going to be about?Take care Diane
Angles is hard to beat, isn't it :-) ?
Lovely set of pictures [Tim?]... and Jean is going to wish she'd been there... that's her "future orange Renault 4" over there on the bank with the 3 2CVs.
Lovely, lovely - we must had trodden the same paths at some time, Gaynor. It's lovely to see the places again. Axxx
I love the moody sky of photo 4. Why not walk in rain? Those who haven't done so, should try. It is something I used to not do. However, it is exceedingly refreshing and when one gets home, peels off the wet clothes, enjoys tea and cake, sometimes before or after a hot bath, then it is like digging in the earth, getting one's hands soiled. One feels quite sanctimonious! I love Angles sur L'Anglin even covered as it is now with heavy, dank fog.