after months of confinement, the restrictions are starting to be lifted in france…. and just the first signs of normality returning are a delight
Tag Archive for ‘Vide Grenier’
Brocanting is such a joy
We have always loved antiques, and even as a young couple, we filled our house with an eclectic collection of […]
Back to a Brocante – with a bit of planning ahead.
I can honestly say that yesterday felt like a holiday. I know that probably sounds a bit ridiculous – I’m […]
The Pleasure and Pain of cycling to a Brocante Market
As you have probably gathered by now we tend to enjoy spending our time in France cycling, visiting brocante market […]
Brocantes, Silver & an antique Musket!
Last weekend we decided to potter off to enjoy a couple of Brocante markets and Vide Grenier events being held […]
Our Year in Provence (sorry Peter Mayle)
It has just dawned on me that this time last year Andy was frantically packing the car, filling every possible […]
Sunday Mornings in Carpentras
If you’ve been following my blog for a while you’ll know that one of the things I love most about […]
A Saturday hop across the Rhone
Not every day starts with blue skies & sunshine in Provence and Saturday was one of those days! When […]
A Winter’s Sunday pottering in Provence
I always love Sundays in and around the Luberon, whether it’s an early morning start in the summer to head […]
Sunday morning Antiques’ hunting.
If Saturday is a day for the local market then Sunday has become a day to spend the morning pottering […]