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Monday, February 23, 2009

Sunday morning walk


4 comments:

Si's blog said...

Ou estce'que vous etes? C'est ne pas la Riviera.

How is my Lewisburg Joint High School circa 1954 French? Got to practice a bunch when I taught at Sophia Antipolis for three months. Surpised at how much I remembered.

Great pictures.

sciencegirl said...

Nope, not the Riviera. Can't stand it down there, all shops and concrete and rich people's houses. We were at an ex-farm near Besse-en-Chandess, Lake Pavin, and the Super-Besse ski station in the Massif Central mountains. An hour from Clermont-Ferrand. Great weather Saturday afternoon, but Sunday was not ugly enough to be mysterious & not nice enough to be nice.
J'ai des photos pour toute la semaine!

Barry said...

Just when I began to think France was beginning to resemble Canada, I discover those beautiful pictures were from up in the mountains.

Did you get all your roses pruned?

sciencegirl said...

I did prune all the roses. Nothing left more than knee-high.
It's wonderful all the different kinds of terrain there are over here. Mountains, plains, Channel coast, hot south, all in a space not bigger than Texas.
It's kind of us to say the Massif Central is mountainous; they're not exactly the Alps, but being above my personal mountain-limit of 5000 feet, they count. You have great mountains in Canada! Just a little farther west of your area...