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4 Bazoges
We had this ancient stone farmhouse all to ourselves, courtesy of our friends, Neil and Gordon
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The town's14th century donjon
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We saw bats and shooting stars each night from our garden.
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Neighbouring cows grazed just a few feet from our doorstep.
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We saw an owl one night on the way home!
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Unfortunately, Nick got a flat tyre the day after we arrived in Bazoges.
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The bright side of this situation was the mechanics in Chantonay
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A Vendéen specialty is buttery brioche...
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...which we made French toast with for breakfast.
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Reading over breakfast
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Nick gathered seeds from plants he liked.
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Outside the donjon
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Ciste des Cous is a prehistoric burial chamber dating from 3000 B.C.
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I can never resist a caveman moment
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This man was reading near the Lay river
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