Well, it had to happen, motorbike is too fast for me I’m converting to pushbike…just kidding. But riding the Canal de Bourgogne for a week was a real experience, the weather was good, 15 degrees is ideal temperature for pedalling all day… The canal is about 300km long depend where you start and has about 200 locks, It was started by Henry IV in 1605 then more work done again in 1775 and completed in 1832. Don’t complaint again if it take a long time to build a freeway or a railway line in your part of the world. Enough jokes for one day enjoy the ride…
300 kilometers of beautiful scenery
You have a long way to go girl
Nice spot for a rest
Little port near Sainte Marie sur Ouche
Chateauneuf chateau in the background
No need for word Suzanne is a good photographer
That’s what I like strait and no hills.
Time for a bit of a snogg
Vandernesse en Auxois where many tours operators leave their boats for the Winter Including John Baker our Australian friend
Autumn is coming the leave are starting to fall
The road, the water, the hills, the trees, the bridge, the reflection of the water, My friend Eric the photographer would be happy, he always say you need 3 subjects in a photo…
the farm, the cattle
Bridge dating from Louis the XIV about 1760
He has his hamac and his goat what else do you want?
Look like a New Zealand Totem…mind you I never been to NZ :-(
Not a bad spot for camping cars
St Florentin Village, coffee and pastry in the sun
Poor lonely Swan…What Suzanne is doing? trying to ring him…
We have company…Very busy here riders and Fishermans.
Somebody must have run out of money. Toward the end it was a bit challenging
Goodbye for now
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