Fandangles in France – High Drama on the High Seas!

Last Wednesday, it was Britain’s hottest day since the heatwave of 1976. At 06:30, as we departed for the ferry, it rained. A lot. On the ferry it rained. A lot. And en route, a lot. We seemed to have exported British rain to Brittany, but at least it’s rain with roulade rather than rosbiff!Continue reading “Fandangles in France – High Drama on the High Seas!”

A Postcard from Quiberon – Part 2

Lost At Sea; French by Numbers; Culinary Capers.. Greg, our Best Man asked us if we think we will survive this trip and I must admit, I do wonder. Our caravan learning curve has certainly involved a lot of destruction, although Mark calling me clumsy is like the pot and the kettle. He came inContinue reading “A Postcard from Quiberon – Part 2”