What else was happening


Okay – while I was escorting poor Ewan through his trials and tribulations other things were happening of course.  We have been in France for just over a month and have had mixed weather and done quite a bit.  We have had a lovely visit by our son and his family and a couple of super outings.

This little guy visited on several evening.

This little guy visited on several evening.

Bergerac was in festive mode and was very pretty indeed.

Bergerac was in festive mode and was very pretty indeed.

Oliver and granny at lunch time in St Emillion.

Oliver and granny at lunch time in St Emillion.

Wine - it's all wine

Wine – it’s all wine

Richard calculating  the value of just this part of the cellar - Yikes

Richard calculating the value of just this part of the cellar – Yikes

Ollie and Charlie's wig wam

Ollie and Charlie’s wig wam

So that’s a part of it all, more tomorrow.

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4 responses to “What else was happening

  1. Looks like you’ve been having an exciting time! Love the photos! 🙂

    One of Hubby’s distant cousins owns a vineyard out there, somewhere south of Paris. I know his grandfather visited them a couple of decades ago when they visited his homeland, but don’t remember where it was, exactly.

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    • The vineyards near to us are the Bordeaux Grande Cru wines and the picture of Richard calculating the value made us all gasp – that wine in just that one little part of the cellars was worth over three million euros if it had been bought in a bar or cafe. I will put some more pictures of St Emillion up tomorrow it is a lovely place.

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