Tuesday, 18 May 2010

A Day in the Country

Our friend Martine arranged for us to take some friends of hers out in Célestine for a treat, so here are some pictures of the day.

Célestine waiting patiently at the end of the track leading to a prehistoric burial chamber near le Liège.

Célestine in front of the Château de Montpoupon.
The view from the carpark at the Château de Montpoupon, looking out over the neighbouring auberge.

6 comments:

  1. What a postcard. Celestine leads a charmed life.

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  2. Beautiful! Glad to know Martine and her friends arrive safely.

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  3. It's lovely to see everything looking so fresh and green. Celestine looks beautiful. I bet Martine's friends had a great time.

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  4. We had a really good day - some nice roads, good views, and excellent food and wine.

    I won, of course - I got to drive Célestine for 12 hours :¬)

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  5. Doesn't Celestine need a normal numberplate?

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  6. Andres. Célestine has a normal (old style) numberplate. What you see is all due to the magic of photoshop.

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