Its Snowing…We must be home

Chateau Nonancourt

Chateau in Nonancourt

We spent one night in Nonancourt on the way home. Sadly Le Grand Cerf was shut so we had to make do with burger and chips washed down with Creme Catalan. Gourmet or wot?

Nonancourt

Nonancourt

Sundial Nonancourt

Sundial Nonancourt

Nonancourt

Nonancourt

I discovered a nice old chateau by the river on the dog walk.

Our Ferry

Our Ferry

Sunset Dieppe

Sunset Dieppe

Next stop Dieppe and after a trolley dash around Auchan to pick up olives, smelly cheese and other essentials we headed to the local Decathlon, to buy boules. Then off to the aire by the beach for the night.

Nia has a new Camera

Nia has a new Camera

Forsythia

Forsythia

Daff

Daff

We got in to Newhaven at about ten O’Clock in the morning and drove back up the M6 to Cumbria, which put on a nice snowstorm to welcome us home.

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Rambling about Europe with the Kray Twins (Colin and Penny).

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4 comments on “Its Snowing…We must be home
  1. Glad you are home safe and well – I think him upstairs must be taking the p**** with the weather!

  2. liz says:

    Glad you got back safe and sound, and glad as well you found your boules de pétanque! see you next year in Nonancourt maybe?? xoxo

  3. suzzeta says:

    Living in a country where it doesn’t snow, the picture of the flower with snow on its head is something I never had the luck to see. thank you for the beautiful photos 🙂

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