Thursday, 19 October 2017

Walking from Cussay

On Tuesday we wrote about a walk we did a couple of weeks ago, today we are catching up with a walk we did last week.

Last Thursday was a typical October day - started with very light drizzle, and ended up quite warm and very sunny, which made the afternoon perfect for a walk. We met up in le Grand Pressigny and drove to La Bosniére, a hamlet just outside Cussay (There's a link to the map at the bottom of the page if you don't know where these places are).

The main excitement on this walk was a number of roe deer we disturbed.

If you want to do this walk, the map is here.


And talking of weather... It has been unseasonally warm here of late. On Monday the temperature reached 27c, almost 10 degrees warmer than average for mid October. It has cooled down slightly since, but daytime highs are over 20c for the next few days, then we're cooling down for a few days of showers. Next week we're up in the 20s again.


Le Pré de la Forge said...

I think that the cooling is associated with Brian... as he blows thru!
We actually sat outside yesterday evening and drank prosecco kirs using our homemade cassis from 2007! Luverly jubblie!

Susan said...

I've run out of all homemade liqueurs. Fortunately N&A gave us a very nice red fruit one from a distillery down south.

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