Above: Foxy - a special little Meerkat, South Africa
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One of my favourite things – A miniature Gaul village
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Tag Archives: cycling
Do you want to write too? Click below: https://jfb57.wordpress.com/2015/02/03/100-word-challenge-for-grown-ups-week166/ This week’s prompt is … checking in proved to be… +100 words Night ride She sighed. It was hot and the platform was crowded – the last train to Lyon was delayed. The announcement … Continue reading
In Australia, we consider a building to be ‘old’ if it was constructed 200 years ago. In France, this age is considered to be a rather ‘new’ construction and not really anything special. However, even the French consider the archway in … Continue reading
I took this photo recently and I love it. To me it is the ultimate in cycling freedom. The photo was captured in Paris but is a common sight in many parts of France. Aside from the recommendation that you have … Continue reading
The Canal du Midi runs from Toulouse to the coast – a number of hundred kilometres. It is listed as a UNESCO world heritage site for the fact that the canal is so well maintained, is an excellent example of … Continue reading
Sadly today marks the last day of summer for us. The nights are getting cooler and the days markedly shorter. The vegetable garden which has produced many hundreds of kilos of tomatoes, egg plant (brinjals), zucchinis, squashes, beans, spinach and … Continue reading
There are many, many old stone walls in Scotland. All were built by hand, each stone being carefully selected and placed to maintain the strength and stability of the wall. The most amazing walls I saw while cycling in this … Continue reading