Brittany Day 1

So we were up at the crack of dawn, we took Ruby for a walk around the private gardens at the side of our B&B. Then we went down to breakfast. We left at 8.30 to get to the Eurotunnel port in good time. We arrived, followed the signs, booked in went through passport control. Then we parked in the waiting area and took Ruby for another walk in the exercise area until we were called.

We watched the board we were L, but we were told once J was called we were to proceed to board the train. Very soon we were off.

Its a long drive from the waiting area to the train, we had never done this before so it was nerve wracking and exciting.

Where is that train, how far can it be.

There it is, oh! my goodness it is big.

In we go, breath in.

Up we go.

The view in front.

Then it is time to leave.

Here we are in France and it’s another long drive. We are arrived.

Jump six hours three stops, lunch and a long walk for Ruby, half an hour getting lost we finally arrived at our Gite.

Long walk for Ruby, glass of wine dinner and then relax.

nous sommes arriv├ęs

September Music 22

For the month of September I am going to choose a piece of music or song and write a poem or alternative version. Jane Dougherty is doing a September Stanza here. And Kat Myrman is doing September a poem a day Here.

Today’s piece of Music is The Whole of the Moon. By The Waterboys.

My interpretation

You have have eyes that see

Life in all its glory

In the shadow the view eludes me

I have only half the story

Grabbing life you take it and it grows

I am wading through the mire

You float where the river flows

Like you I was once on fire

Life a thing to be won

Keep as you are my son .

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