Natasha the sheltie in the Renaudière vineyard outside Saint-Aignan-sur-Cher in the Loire Valley, late January 2018
A recent lunch of gratin de chou-fleur et « grosses saucisses » — that's how the butcher shop labels these pork sausages.
P.S. — I'm on my way to CDG airport by train today.
Safe travels, Ken.ReplyDelete
Thinking of you on this trip, Ken.ReplyDelete
safe & on time travelsReplyDelete
Thinking of you. I hope you have smooth and safe travels and that your visit with your Mom cheers and strengthens her.ReplyDelete
Have a good trip Ken.ReplyDelete
Thanks to all of you. I had an easy trip from Saint-Aignan to CDG airport today. I was on our local train for the first leg and the on the high-speed TGV from Tours to Roissy, north of Paris. Neither train was crowded at all.ReplyDelete
Tomorrow I fly. Last October, for the same itinerary as tomorrow's I bought an Air France ticket, but then was told at check-in that I was in the wrong place. I needed to go check in at the Delta desk, which as an AF partner was operating the flight. This time, I just went ahead and bought a ticket from Delta. Surprise! Today I was informed that my flight will be operated by none other than Air France! Very disconcerting, but of course I like Air France better. Better food, and a better selection of recent French films to watch.
Once again, a disappearing act! My previous comment posted on my old tablet did stick this morning. Now, this afternoon, the disappearing problem came back with a vengeance on the same old tablet. I thought I knew why, but now I'm back to square one.Delete
Never a dull moment, with airlines and with tablets!
Your first "never a dull moment" comment ended up in my spam folder. I just marked it as "not spam" so it appears just below. Strange. I don't know why. Why does one of your tablets produce spam, while the other one produces comments that get published?Delete
With airlines, never a dull moment!ReplyDelete
Ahhh, the old airline swap trick! I too prefer AF. Wishing you smooth sailing and a good resolution with your family.ReplyDelete
Glad you got Air France- I hope the rest of the trip goes well. Thinking of you and MA. Take care.ReplyDelete
Hope your journey is easy and that you get safely to see your mum.ReplyDelete
Quand on était partis ensemble chez Evelyn et Lewis, avait-on volé sur Air France ou sur Delta???ReplyDelete