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A Walk through Prehistory and an Ice Age Landscape — 6 Comments

  1. Thanks Dave & Loops – Friday is flying out day! The Challenge begins! A bientot. Jxx

  2. Steve and Judie–First, we’re very sorry about the death of Steve’s brother. I have an older brotzher and know that if he went before me I’d feel a grief much, much greater than I felt when my father, mother, and two step-mothers died. Second, your account of your “training” hike through southwest France is compelling. Boots on the ground–now you really know more deeply the place, the caves, the rocks, the long-gone people who though illiterate were in some ways more sophisticated than we are–or think we are. Best wishes from Meredith and me.

    Blair (Pelham MA, USA)

  3. Best wishes on your trek thru the Atlas Mtns. I remember your tour of Caves & Castles with much fondness, and would be interested in seeing Lascaux 4 and Chauvet representation when it is open. I went to Russia in May-what a magnificent spectacular trip. I spend 4 nights in Moscow, then sailed up the Volga making many stops, then turned around at Kizhi island and sailed the Neva into St. Petersburg, where I spent another 4 nights. I was gone almost 3 weeks, and had a glorious time.
    Now that you sold Les Rossiers, where do your tour guests stay? Do you provide accommodation, or do guests make their own reservations in Sarlat?
    Anyway, it was great to hear from you, and my very best to you both, Pat

  4. Thanks Blair & Meredith – it was tough for Steve and what the trek is all about. It’s got off to an ‘interesting’ start with the lunch mess tent having been blown down on the first day! I guess he’s ok as I’ve not heard further and it’s now a ‘no news is good news situation’.  Hopefully my next message will be to report his safe return!
    Bye for now and best from us both
    Judie

  5. Thanks Patricia – we’ll keep you posted ref. Lascaux 4 and Chauvet. Glad to hear you’re enjoying your travels – sounds fascinating. OUr 4 night 5 day Tours are now based 2 nights in Sarlat and 2 in Montignac. Whether the ‘Reunion Tour’ would be the same format remains to be seen – it’s early days! If you have thoughts on that, don’t hesitate to let us know.

    Meanwhile, Steve’s trek has got off to an ‘interesting’ start with the lunch mess tent having been blown down on the first day! I guess he’s ok as I’ve not heard further and it’s now a ‘no news is good news situation’.  Hopefully my next message will be to report his safe return!
    Bye for now and best from us both
    Judie

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