5 weeks en France

Well it’s nearly all over, going home tomorrow.  We’ve had a fabulous 5 weeks and have done so much.  Back to school in a few days but this is how it went!  Super time with my nephew and his family at their gorgeous huge farmhouse in the Gers.  And they have a POOL:-) And figs:-)  

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Visits to Marciac jazz festival and the Pyrenees, unforgetable.

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Evan, Callum and Luke

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A visit to Pont d’Espagne

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Pont d’Espagne

Then Chris and Ad came out to see us for a week.  Fab times and we visited the biggest sand dune in Europe and narrowly missed a bull fight.IMG_3063

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Cal and Adam

Made a new friend in a lovely lady called Barbara.  And realise we didn’t get a photo.  And while Grandma, Paul and I were gardening Callum spent most of his time with his French brothers Nathan and Matthew.  Realised that I didn’t take any photos of them this year.  So having just grabbed one they are not pleased with, here is a substitute snap of Cal and Lukes feet in the icy waters of the Pyrenees.

Cal & Luke

We’ve also been to:

Lac de L’uby, Lac de Gurson and Andernos-les-Bains.  Night markets at Levignac, Monsegur and Duras.  Numerous vide greniers.  And all with Bella.

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Bella looking cute, as usual

Can’t wait to come back again in October.

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One thought on “5 weeks en France

  1. Great pictures and words Arntee! Now looking forward to a Christmas snow filled adventure. Ice skating on the pool and we might even have a new wall and drive if our Bart has pulled his finger out! Most importantly, where is ye shedde?

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