Friday, November 26, 2010

France 2010 - part three

November 19th, 2010
The morning walk with Chimay and Eoos was nice and quiet. Sadly the walk with Ari went not so smooth... On the way back the rolleash fell out of my hands and got Ari scared. He ran back, crossed a busy road just behind a big truck and just before a car... Nearly the end of our little Ari.
He ran upon a hill where the rolleash got strangeld and I was able to catch him. SIGH I was shaking all over!

That afternoon we went to the beach, to catch some fresh air.Ari against the windThe Chow Chow ladies discovered fresh water in a river that ended at the beachChimay and Eoos in the riverEoos in the rivierEoos in de rivierEoos on the beachEoos on the beachAri againAri on the beachAri en ChimayAri and Chimay np the beachTwo pictures of the Mediterranean Sea:
Mediterranean SeaMediterranean Sea

Some water in the car before we go onEoos and Ari in the car
We drove to the old village of Gassin, upon the hill we can see from the appartment.A picture of La Croix-Valmer seen from GassinLa Croix-ValmerGassin is beautiful renovated, the capel (12th century)chapelFlowering bougainvillea in November!bougainvilleaFrank and Ari in GassinFrank and AriAll pictures of this day can be viewed at the Picasa webalbum.

November 20th
Still a bit shocked from yesterday but it is cleaning time, tomorrow we will travel back! Frank walked the dogs, so I could work on. The weather was awfull: rain, wind, showers and thunder. A good day to think about leaving LOL

November 21st
Everyone and everything packed into the car. Today we go to Luxembourg, we booked a hotel there.

November 22nd
Funny warning (for us, as we have no electronic navigation): situation changed, put your navigation off. Frank still trusts his Anita with her road maps.
Arrived at home at 4 pm and started the washing machine. That went well, but then the dryer broke down :-(
That resulted in this::socksAll washed socks on the radiator in the bathing room. Luckely the mechanic came the next day and repaired the dryer.

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