Today is our last full day in Brittany. Outside this morning it is grey, overcast, occasionally raining in cold drizzles, and about 50 degrees. Tomorrow at noon we depart by TGV to Paris, where we will stay overnight and then fly back to the US on Friday. I am likely to be out of touch for some few days, however long it takes to get our new internet connection installed and working, though I may try posting from the hotel if they offer wireless access and it works for us.

Zowie, big life-changing events. Thanks to contributions from very generous family and friends, we were able to ship a lifetime’s worth of our Ligne Bretagne stock to our new shop. The funny thing is, while I took enough stummels and stems to keep me busy till age 150, I still leave behind probaby twice what I am taking, and the briar cave barely looks as though anything has been removed from it.

This is the one Snowman, signing off for now. I’m west bound and down!

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Anonymous · April 24, 2009 at 2:30 pm

Safe travels to both of you. Enjoy the KFC, popcorn, bacon…

Look forward to seeing you soon.

Joerg Wittkamp, Cologne, Germany · April 23, 2009 at 12:11 pm

Dear Trever, dear Eimly,

we wish you a very good trip back over the pond.
I never had the ime to visit you in Herbignac, but maybe it is easier to visit you in the states sometimes.
All the best from me and Gaby and I often think back to the wonderful week we spent together in Cologne.
Stay well and fit.
All the best wishes


Le Cadre Noir · April 22, 2009 at 5:04 pm

Bonne chance à toi et à ta famille.


Frank · April 22, 2009 at 1:56 pm

Safe trip Trever! I look forward to your return to the US!

Anonymous · April 22, 2009 at 10:41 am


The Christophers

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