(Gorges de la Loire, from the village on the hill)
We stayed a second night looking down on the Loire and it was just as quiet as the first. We didn’t get to use the jetons though as we were too far away from the electricity connection. We managed fine.
(Here’s a picture for my brother-in-law. There’s a lot of varieties of fish here, Micheal!)
We did also have to dig into the emergency rations. I knew those celery sticks I packed would could in handy. They were lovely with some just out of date hummus.
(Everywhere you turn there’s another path to follow)
It turns out our view is created by the dam (called barrage here) that was built up river. This is for the creation of electricity and for tourism in the form of fishing and a sailing school.
(Can you see the sail boats in a row? That’s the sailing school taking some school children out for a lesson)
We left this morning just as the sun was coming over the hill thinking about how lucky we are to have the opportunity to stay in places like this.
(The sun rising over the hill behind us)
Practicing gratitude, Mairead.