I have just about run out of room on the original asymic site (this one!), so future posts will be made on “asymic2”!
Another typical French view along our way…
Houses built into the cliff.
Iron horse! The French are good at decorating their towns.
Improvements! I managed to get a piece of wood from Auto-Sleeper before we left for the shelf at the back, top. Today I managed to buy a multi-pocket thing for hose fittings and clothes lines etc!
This is where we are at Sommieres!
Spot the parking accident from last night!
There were loads of geese in the sky a few days ago, marking the end of winter!
OH! and here is a picture of my book, on all practical aspects of motorhoming!
Message me if you want to buy! I will also post a link on my next post, when I will also hopefully give you a link to the new blog…
Next time… GnA
here are the pictures!
This is Watten, out first stop in France.
And now at Courson
A chateaux along the way…
This is crossing the Charent
Amazing artwork on this van at Verteuil
A slightly out of place tower for France!
Lovely little stream somewhere on our way past Fontet
It took a few goes to get lined up so we could get onto this bridge without scrapping our shinny wheels!
And this is the view looking back!
I am going to post these now, ten more pictures in a minute!
Not a good start, I cant remember where this is! we just happened across it!
This is Muret le Chateau, a wonderful town with a carpark suitable for overnighting!
This is Villecomtal, an ex-campsite, but now free aire with free electricity!
And we made our favourite kebabs!
Nice misty morning over the Rhone(?)
This is Rocamador, some of the buildings are just stuck on the side
Not sure who the driver is here!
This is Oradour-Sur-Glane. You need to read about this on the internet!
This is Angles-s-l’Anglin. We didn’t stay here, but it is worth a post as we passed through!
This is the ruin in La Grande Pressigne!
Today was a work day, building 3 more motorhome control panels!
This is a 2 storey chapel in a tree, realy well fitted out inside too!
And this is the inside!
Next post…. watch this space!
We now have 28 pictures to go, then the blog is up to date with all the pics we took whilst away! But then maybe it all starts again in January.
We start with “Paint job of the week!”
And to complement, our next regular topic “roundabout time!”
This is the view from wild camping below Marseille.
This is Scooby, Shauns dog. Great character, but disappears as fast as Lord Lucan!
And another roundabout!
A Novel scene in Marseille
It is not often we have two paint jobs in one post!
This caterpillar is massive, photographed next to a milk bottom top.
I bought this largish watch for 4 euro, so I can built a watch/altimeter as my next project!
And here are the “guts” under development, hence deliberately out of focus!
Then I made a solar oven using a card board box and some broken pieces of mirror!
This is the result, I should have turned the dish halfway through!
This is mk2, using the bottom of a plastic water barrel lined with tin foil
Then we got up at about 4 to watch the eclipse!
Right… one more post to go!
Then we stopped at Lake Cenis for the night. There was a half built stone “hut” about 2 feet high, so I carried on building it!
Another amazing Statue!
Believe it or not this is a giant puff ball, it could be something else! Thanks to Shaun and his cooking skills the 3 of us get three lots of meals out of this, including a brilliant curry!
Then we were in Verdon Gorge, where we were earlier in the year!
That’s another five pictures! More to come!