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Well, this started out as a way that my wife could follow my lone progress in my little sports car from Birmingham UK to Orkney.

Been there, done that 2 day there, 13hour return trip.

So now follow me: an Englishman representing Americans and based in a French office near Paris. With an appartment in Versailles and trips back to the UK anything can happen and, frankly, I've no idea where this will lead!

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Nova Scotia

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I had another version of this on the blog but thought I might as well use
the one I like best. Taken with an EOS 300D (Digital Rebel to you non-Brits)
and quality reduced to make it fit the blog.

Written on the side of the boathouse in orange is "I don't need a gatekeeper". Why? Not a clue.
30th Aug 2005, 12:15   comments (0)

Lobster on PEI

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This is a McLobster. No, really. I thought it was just on PEI (where I had
mine) as you can't move for Lobsters & Lighthouses there, but we spotted
them in Nova Scotia too.
30th Aug 2005, 11:19   comments (0)


Because I don't think I did the trip to Canada any justice in this blog, I
think I'll intermittently add some of the photos from PEI and Nova Scotia.
30th Aug 2005, 11:15   | tags:,comments (0)

Driving Home

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Going home through Versailles. Nice. Is that a boat?????
30th Aug 2005, 11:06   | tags:comments (0)

The Area of my Apartment

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The Apartment is in one of these buildings. Tranquil.
30th Aug 2005, 11:05   comments (0)

Versailles Apartment

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There we go then, welcome to my new apartment in Versailles. Plenty of room
and the only furniture I have at the moment is a stand for my Mandolin and
an airbed. Going home soon to get more stuff, but that's a trek in a French
van to Birmingham. I'll drive to the hire place with a RHD English car on
French roads and then go straight to England in a LHD French van. It pays to
be flexible!
30th Aug 2005, 11:03   comments (4)

La Baule Continued

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What a chilled out day. But surely that looks like rain.
20th Aug 2005, 14:59   comments (0)

La Baule

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The beach is 9km of sand and in 1998 I had an apartment in Pornichet that
looked over it. The water isn't exactly warm, but warm enough for a paddle.
20th Aug 2005, 14:59   comments (0)