Chasteuil day 2

A very quiet day.  Nancy and Pascal were busy taking care of business.  I continued to get this blog organized.  I think I’m getting it.  If anybody is looking at it, let me know what you think.  Tai spent the day just puttering around.  Did some gardening for Nancy.  She helped N&P organize the guest room with the new furniture they had purchased.  Talked about how to reorganize the living area.  She and Nancy visited with some friends in the village.  A pretty mundane day.

12 thoughts on “Chasteuil day 2

  1. Ramona miller

    Hi again,

    Fire looks like a beautiful place especially all the views. if you get time can you please let me know you received this message.

    Love,
    Ramona

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    1. Ryn

      Agree, Kyoko. Apparently, “mundane” is yet another quality that is relative. In addition to the rainbow, the basaltic columns in the distance, beautiful light fixture in the B&B, abundance of spring–all add up to a mundane day…in a little slice of heaven 😍😮😊

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  2. Susan

    How about brief captions on the photos? Maybe not the beautiful flower ones but the ones with people or action or interesting locations?

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  3. Karen Davis

    I am LOVING this blog! Tai you have your DAUGHTER’s photographic eye (I don’t think I have that backwards, right, Kyoko?) Doug: nice narration. That landscape is so dramatic and beautiful!
    Question: one of the photos is of a building/house wall with an indentation built into it, in which is seated some sort of rounded teardrop-shaped large stone…what is that – a hand grinding stone of some sort??
    xo
    Karen in Berkeley

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    1. admin Post author

      We asked Nancy and Pascal about the stone in the wall. Apparently, it’s a river rock from the Verdon river. The indentation was where the mail was placed. The rock held down the mail. It’s no longer used for that purpose. or it’s a tear drop from the gods of the Verdon river and brings good luck to the residents of Chasteuil.

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