These are six pictures of the Cher River at flood stage in the Saint-Aignan area. I took them all with a Kodak DC4800 digital camera that I had bought a couple of years earlier. We were spending our first winter in Saint-Aignan and were impressed to see the sleepy Cher suddenly come to life.
We are also glad that you have a new laptop!ReplyDelete
You certainly got your money's worth out of the old one, and so did we! What brand did you buy?ReplyDelete
So, now, you have tw laptops in working order.That’s great!ReplyDelete
Sadly, that's not true.Delete
That is so strange about the laptop screen. Maybe it was a brief power surge or power flicker.ReplyDelete
Comme a dit Patrice de Mac Mahon à Toulouse: Que d’eau, que d’eau!ReplyDelete
Et encore, Monsieur le Président, répond le préfet de la Haute-Garonne, vous n’en voyez que le dessus. Les bons mots de l’histoire de France!Delete
Dès le berceau je connaissais “J’y suis, j’y reste!” et “Que d’eau, que d’eau!”Delete
Of course I had to do a search for Patrice de Mac Mahon - I'd never heard of him. What a fascinating background the family had.Delete
Hi, D.. They own a beautiful château in Burgundy,Delete
As far as I know, there are at least two other château de Sully. One in Loiret and the other in Calvados.