A Gate in France, Three Ways

Vic Sur Aisne Door

I liked the town of Vic-Sur-Aisne, I liked the Wednesday street market where I bought Toulouse sausage to make a cassoulet, I liked the friendly local people in the bar who made me feel welcome, I liked the boulangerie that sold tempting pastries, I liked sitting on the pavement outside the bar beneath the tower of a medieval castle where I daily reflected on the history of the region …

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10 responses to “A Gate in France, Three Ways

  1. i love weathered things. i’ve never made a cassoulet.

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  2. Ah, Cassoulet….if we had goose or duck for Christmas in the past, my mother and I would make it…. Love those weathered gates

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  3. Yes indeed all those moving memories of the past ,hopefully never to be repeated again. Cassoulet on the Aisne!! sacre bleu ::)

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  4. Loving your beautiful weathered gates.

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