Monthly Archives: May 2014

Time to Meet My Meat

Standard breakfast. Standard price. Meat, cheese, bread and fruit for twenty euros. Nothing new here. We finished up and prepared our bike for the final leg of our journey back to the Harley dealership in Toulouse. A biker walked over … Continue reading

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Adios Espagna

We left Rosas rested and in high spirits with Port La Nouvelle ahead for the days journey. We motorcycled past lush villas and rich green vegetation – cacti were growing from the mountainside. The sun was brilliant and we were … Continue reading

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A Birthday Across The Miles

Our precious granddaughter was turning one an ocean away. We thanked the Lord for her and prayed He would bless her each and every day of her life. We wrote a special Spanish postcard and mailed it to her to … Continue reading

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Courageous Mountaineering Will Yield A Spanish Spa…I Promise

Following our now monotonous breakfast for 20 euros, we interacted with the Americanized hotelier at the Princess and mailed a postcard to our Grandson. We were fortified with lots of coffee (the one benefit of these petit dejeuners) and felt … Continue reading

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