Before I finish I want to say a big big thank you to all of you who commented on the blog or kept in touch in other ways. Your support has been immensely helpful to me.
The focus is now to get home as quickly as possible.
I feel as if I have lived and breathed France and understand this great country like never before.
The Gorge tipped me out into the small town of Sault, gone were the grape vines and in its place were fields of lavender. Sault is full of lavender stalls and shops and the smell was all consuming (and a bit sneeze inducing) . The creperie does a nice dessert of lavender ice-cream and honey.
6th to 11th June and 1510 kms in the bank Blimey it feels as if l have covered a lot…
From 29th May 5th June – 1077 kms behind me. It’s Monday and it is a day of rest for…
I guess we always knew something could happen that would disrupt the whole project, and we talked about what we might expect, mechanical problems with the bikes, long periods of appalling weather, theft, even being knocked off our bikes – but we had not anticipated this one and I am blaming the frogs!