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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-05-2021, 17:35 Thread Starter
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I thought these deserved a thread of their own.

I have had a lovely afternoon, I put the bare essentials in the van (I thought) water, Motleys water and treats and a flask of water and milk mix for a cup of Nescafé, I had to drink it as it was because I forgot the Nescafé

Here are a few photo´s. Hope you like them, coz I do

Motley walks the line



Motley in clover, not really, but a similar colour.







The Navajo is the one in the middle at the back






The Ferry landings, where the white building is on the other side is the landing in Poland

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The one of Mot sitting in all those flowers is a keeper Jan.

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The one of Mot sitting in all those flowers is a keeper Jan.

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He is looking very wise Jan. Georgia likes to "balance" on the kerb stones at the edge of pavements.

Lovely photos. Will you be able to keep some basics like coffee in the van now that the, hopefully, warmer weather is here?
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He is looking very wise Jan. Georgia likes to "balance" on the kerb stones at the edge of pavements.

Lovely photos. Will you be able to keep some basics like coffee in the van now that the, hopefully, warmer weather is here?
There is a cardboard box on the bench in the garage right next to the door that I was supposed to put in there yesterday, if it had teeth it would have bitten me as I walked past it on the way out, in there is tea, coffee, a small jar with sugar, jam, peanut butter all the other bits one takes, it will be the first to go in today if I go out or not. I think probably not, I will do other things like put water in the tank and few few clothes in the lockers, it sounded rather hollow yesterday and my bars of soap kept sliding about.

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They are lovely photos Jan and I agree with Ray. It always looks so open and peaceful up where you are. Bit like here really. Fancy being able to get the ferry to another country on your doorstep!


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They are lovely photos Jan and I agree with Ray. It always looks so open and peaceful up where you are. Bit like here really. Fancy being able to get the ferry to another country on your doorstep!
We took the car across on it once, I didn´t like driving it off the other side, the water was not really high enough and it´s steeper that side I was afraid I would scrape my bottom I didn´t though. I wouldn't take the van on it, push bikes and motorbike use it mostly, when its allowed to operate which is not in the winter or if the river is too low, not even sure if they would when its stormy either.
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Great pictures.

This is our dog in camouflage mode - side of the Dordogne
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