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Les Animeux

Both Alan and I have loved being in the countryside. We have seen a lot of wildlife compared to our Mill Road, Cambridge life. We have seen a White Egret, plenty of Heron and Buzzards.

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We went for a walk at dusk whilst in Giverney and had the privilege of being amongst the evening’s goings on. A couple of deer were frolicking (proper use of the word) in the field; we could hear ‘mices’ in the undergrowth and saw a young otter in the river. In contrast, the hotel next to where we where staying had a field containing, llama, Emu, Ostrich and Geese! You never know what you are going to see when you go for a wander.

The best so far though, was at the Chateau Chenonceau, looking down into the water, you’ll never guess…a beaver!!

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Never, in all my days, did I think I’d have the view that we did, of a wild beaver. He was just hanging out, having a rest and we were looking down at him from only 6 foot above.

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More travelogue entries to follow tomorrow, (have been writing them off line, so I can upload when we do have internet) but must dash, as I'm off to the Australia Film Centre for a little Cannes Film Festival Soiree...as you do ;-) Lots of love xx

Posted by placesinbetween 08:20

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Must resist Beaver gag..........

Glad to see you two are really enjoying it so far - I am deeply jealous.

by Charlie

Looks like fun so far! Keep the posts coming including when you actually start doing some graft!!

by Ivan

Mais ou est le singe?

I'm glad you're having a nice time and all, but can you come back please so I've got someone to go and see Attack the Block with at Cineworld? Merci xx

by Lonely of Trumpington

I thought it was a platypus when I first glanced at the photo. Still very cool!

by Miranda

Sounds like you are both having fun! Keep me up to speed with what you are doing. It's great to read your stories. x

by Chris

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