Monthly Archives: August 2013

A new advenure in eastern France

After picking up our washing, roast beef & ginger sponge supplies (HUGE thanks to Mom, Dad & Hilary) we bade Yorkshire another teary farewell and started off on the next leg of our adventure. We made our way down to … Continue reading

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Better late then never – Part 3

July saw us back in Hipperholme for a hectic week of appointments and catching up with friends & family before we headed down south for a 10 day holiday in Devon to see my Mom & Dad.   The weather … Continue reading

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Better late then never – Part 2

Leaving blustery Lampaul Plouazel behind, we travelled inland to Le Folgoet before heading to St Thegonnec.  Although these towns are relatively small, they both have HUGE churches and monuments.  St Thegonnec in particular is noted for the elaborate parish close … Continue reading

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Better late than never – Part 1

After leaving Lucon and treating ourselves to some new super-duper garden chairs we headed north to Prefailles in the Pays de La Loire region.  The aire was really busy but tranquil under the shade of huge pine trees.  After exploring … Continue reading

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