Lots of these rock walls, as far as I can tell, the ground was originally fairly rocky and as the farmers picked the rocks from the field they decided to build these wall along the edges of the fields. Makes for fun photography! Yes, this is actually a road but it sure seems like a bike path!
Classic French kilometer marker, these are on almost all the roads. D-17 is the road number and 55 is the kilometer. D stands for department.
According to these road signs, the deer here are much more agile and elegant than North American deer. I have yet to see one and confirm this fact.
French donkey or in french: ânesse…. yes it is pronounced just like it looks.
My trusty steed, please notice the George’s water bottles and when in Boise, visit the friendly folks at George’s for all your cycling needs! I DO! I must say that I am super happy with my bike bag setup! Notice the camera bag on the seat post and the frame bag for all my extra gear.
A couple images of Baubigny, France
Chateau de La Rochepot
In Nolay, I jumped on this super sweet rail to trail!!!
My tribute to Good Friday and Easter Weekend!