Thursday, 14 March 2019

The Awesome Panc'hike, Part II


Our walking club holds a public subscription walk every February which terminates with eating crêpes. The first half of the event can be seen in my previous post. Here is a selection of photos from the second half of the event.

Photographed by Susan from Loire Valley Time Travel. https://tourtheloire.com
 The Claise River at Etableau.

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 The village of Etableau, overlooked by its ruined medieval chateau.

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 A sunny courtyard and troglodyte cave in Etableau.

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 A view of Le Grand Pressigny, with the chateau in the background.

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Club members reheating and plating crêpes in the kitchen of the salle des fêtes (village hall), 
Le Grand Pressigny.

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Walkers enjoying their crêpes and cider.

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Empty cider bottles waiting to be taken out to the recycling bin.

Photographed by Susan from Loire Valley Time Travel. https://tourtheloire.com
At last, club members get their turn at tucking in to crêpes and cider. 
Simon introduced several people to the chocolate spread and cherry jam crêpe.

For another participant's take on the event see Roger's post on Our French Adventure.

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2 comments:

Ken Broadhurst said...

Susan, I tried to post a comment on Roger's blog about crêpes-sucre-citron and crêpes beurre-sucre-citron, but it disappeared into the ether. Here's the link. Walt remembers eating crêpes-beurre-citron in Paris 35 years ago. So do I.

Susan said...

OK, thanks for the info. I'll pass it on to Roger by email.

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