Cycling through Provence – Day 4

I should mention that as of yesterday, we are in the region of Luberon, which has some lovely hilltop villages and towns. Today we had the option to ride to the Abbaye de Sénanque, which you might recognize from photos like this. To be honest, I was really looking forward to this; however, Elsa was honest ...

Cycling through Provence – Day 3

It was a tough day today because of the heat, but the vistas were wonderful! Our day started with a shuttle ride to Robion, where we discussed today's ride at a small cafe. The sun was already quite hot and we were rolling out the patio umbrellas. The first four kilometers were ok with a ...

Cycling through Provence – Days 1 & 2

The morning of our first day of cycling started with the usual procedure - wake up, pick up something for breakfast, final pack-up, check out of hotel, head to the meeting point. We ended up at the same bakery as the previous morning and ordered allongé coffee (long espresso), croissant, and a single-serve quiche for each ...

Planes, trains, and automobiles – we’re in France!

Bonjour! Hubs and I are sitting in our little "studio" in Avignon, France. We are spending two nights at Aux Augustins, within the walls of the city. It is such a lovely town, and the weather is absolutely perfect - hot during the day and sweater-appropriate in the evenings. We departed Canada yesterday (Thursday) evening after ...

One more day

I am not ready for this adventure to end, but my job is expecting me back on Monday. In the beginning, I was wondering if seven weeks on the road would be too long and too exhausting, but seven weeks isn't enough time to see and do everything. I have felt rushed in ...

Twinkle, twinkle, all the stars…

What a night! We're in Klamath Falls, Oregon. On our way here from Crater Lake, we were driving on an unlit road at night. It was so dark that we were able to see the stars. At first, it started out as a few stars, but as our eyes adjusted, we ...