I think it would be more than fair to say that this year has had more than its share of twists and turns for us, certainly keeping us on our toes and forcing us very firmly outside our comfort zone of being able to plan. And this week has been no different. We actually thought … More Another week, another year older and another new doorway
Once again the last week has absolutely flown by for Andy, who seems to have been out working almost literally from dawn to dusk. Now France is in lockdown and his daily exercise away from the house is limited to 1 hour, at a maximum if 1km from the house, there are even less distractions … More Another week and a huge transformation
To be honest there hasn’t really been much to look forward to over the last few months, it’s been hard for so many reasons and even the most positive of people (me included) has found it difficult to really look forward to anything. Watching this year’s delayed Tour De France was one high spot, even … More Save the Date – Le Tour returns to The Vaucluse
Was it really only just over a week ago that I wrote the last update on the work we’re doing to convert the buanderie into a new kitchen. Just looking back at the blog now, I am struggling to believe how much has been achieved since. When I last wrote, we had just taken delivery … More Aren’t walls meant to be straight?
Well the last few weeks have flown by in a cloud of dust, noise and exhaustion (for Andy that is) as he has thrown himself fully into starting the work on opening up the new kitchen. It’s hard to believe that not even 4 weeks have passed since that first Philibert lorry pulled onto the … More Our house was held up by that?
after a lot of thought, we have finally started the work to open a new kitchen in the utility room of the house. … More And the renovation works start again … opening a new kitchen
Watching The Tour De France is the perfect pick-me-up when I can’t cycle due to injury and am stuck inside due to quarantine … More The wonderful Travelogue that is The Tour De France
As you have probably guessed, I am a little bit restricted at the moment after my tumble a couple of weeks ago and am already missing being able to get out on the bike. I have very quickly realised that I am really not very good at being sedentary and know that I will be … More Croissant-Chasing… 4 great places to sit for breakfast
It’s funny isn’t it that we always seem to feel bad things tend to happen in multiples of three. I’ve never really wondered why, but always wait for the third thing to happen when I seem to be having a run of bad luck. I thought it was a particularly British thing, but it appears … More Jamais Deux Sans Trois
A few weeks ago, when the fields were purple and the air was scented with Lavender, we took a ride across the Saint Christol Plateau to Sault, simply to enjoy the sight. Enjoy it with us now on YouTube A ride through the lavender It’s a ride we love to do as the views are … More A Lavender-scented cycle ride to Sault – Video