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France Day 25 Louviers

Today Bess has to be seen by a vet 24 hours before she leaves France for England. We have an appointment for 4pm today in Louviers. This means we could be on the ferry in Calais at 4pm tomorrow. They treat her for a special type of tape worm and give her a general check up. Louviers Tonight we are parked 80 miles from Calais. When you love someone you help them to see the best in themselves.

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Day 17 France: Carcassonne

Locks, bridges and aqueducts linking the Atlantic to the Mediterranean a total of 240km (149 miles) This canal the amazing brain child and work of Pierre – Paul Riquet (a salt tax baren) was completed in 1681. It was the greatest engineering feat of its time and revolutionised local economies. It was the life blood of trade in the region. It still plays an important role with its pastoral environment it is enjoyed by cyclists, walkers and cruisers. The tourist trade!

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Day 1 From England to France with window shopping in Dieppe and a quiet moment.

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God… And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, ( and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father,) full of grace and truth. John 1:1,14 It is one of those childhood things window shopping! We enjoyed it and the anticipation and saving that went into seeing then getting not exactly what we saw but something similar in design usually second hand was marvelous! We very rarely‚Ķ

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