Back at the end of May I blogged about the paradogs of D-Day - dogs who were trained to parachute into Normandy on D-Day to help with mine detection and early warning duties. Bing is one of the most ...[More]
Before we moved to France and when the boys were pre-school age we always took our holidays in Normandy, in September. We had great weather and of course our accommodation and ferry crossings were ch...[More]
These 2 piglets are in TROUBLE! About 10 days ago they broke out of their lovely big field into the small one next door ... a case of grass being greener on the other side. Simon fixed the fence an...[More]
The footpaths around the gite are full of magnificent foxgloves right now. For more pictures and the story oh how foxgloves may (or may not) have got their name please pop over to my other blog - A Gr...[More]
.... we brought the boys over to France to see the house that was to become our home and gite here in Normandy.
This was the gite then - a cow shed and hay barn.
If you look through the photos on thi...[More]