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Walked 32.2 miles today and am now in a town called Hosten. Unfortunately the campsite was closed for the season, but if luck would have it I found a room, very basic but it really does look inviting.
Had some lovely news today from our neighbours Denise and Steve who live opposite to us. They have a home in France also, rang me, and they are in France and invited me to go and stay with them on Wednesday evening, and Thursday. This was great news and now I am looking forward to seeing them on Wednesday evening after my usual jaunt ;-)
Am about to decide what to have for my dinner, I have packet chilli, packet chicken casserole or Pasta, If I don't eat another piece of pasta it wont be to soon! ;-( I am sick of Pasta....
I am pleased to say that 'Doris' is stable, after wrapping twine round her spokes and lots of glue, she is now back to her reliable self, oh, yes, I do apologise if I haven't referred to my trolley as Doris before, but she is my baby ;-)
I walked 29 miles today and can honestly say that had to be the toughest day yet! (mentally and physically).
Got to a village called Blagon, although I didn't manage to see alot of it as I arrived in the dark. We camped in the local woods behind a service station, 5* in wasn't ;-)
I will be saying farewell to my friend Andy tomorrow, when he sets off home first thing in the morning. I would just like to say Thank you to Andy for joining me, we did laugh and he kept me going! Thanks again for taking all the great photos and sending them to Myra ;-) We will most definitely be catching up when I get home. - Safe journey home Andy.
Today started off really well, pushing the trolley along and the wheel hit the curb, the Spoke on the wheel busted! So we had to cut our walk short and only did 15 miles today!
Got to the nearest campsite called Le Littoral campsite in Hourtin, and you'll never guess, oh yeah, the campsite was closed!
We met a couple on site that owned a mobile home and they invited us in, which was very kind, they couldnt help enough. Once we set up camp I had to get down and do a little DIY and try and fix the trolley wheel best i could with glue and string... lets see what happens tomorrow ;-)
Today started off really great, got a phone call from my brother Mike, who was sat at the airport having just CLIMBED Kilimanjaro, 'That is great news, Mike you are 'top bloke' and I am so proud of you! ;-) Really pleased to hear from Mike today...
Walked only a mere 16 miles today (lol) ,got to Montalivet, and camped at a place called Les Acaciaas campsite. Not a person in sight. Although the campsite was closed for the season the nice gentleman let us stay there, not only did he do that, he also took us to the local supermarket to buy some dinner. That evening I made sausage and eggs, not quite up to the standard I'm used to at home.
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