Last night, shared a pizza for tea - quick and easy. Also made another batch of granola. This one is special - it has an organic bar of chocolate orange chopped into it as well. (Yes Herc, you’d love it really!). Think the weather has cooled sufficiently so the chocolate won’t stick to the sides of the container as it has done previously!
It’s a bit critical - we’re running out of data! We have 50GB to last a month - we have obviously been ‘reading’ too much rubbish online, scrolling through social media, downloading BBC1 programs, FaceTiming, doing research etc. Our bundle renews on 15 October - so no more Daily Mail or FaceTiming until after that! We need to keep our data for research and our blog!
We were parked all by ourselves again last night. Heard lots of cars leaving about 11pm - then the strangest thing! We were in bed, and heard a noise - and both looked up at the roof hatch in time to see a huge cat slink past! We looked around this morning, thinking he must have jumped on from a nearby tree - but no - that wouldn’t be possible - so he must have jumped onto the roof. Anyway, he certainly wasn’t dainty or light footed! Shame we couldn’t entice him in for a while! Had a good night’s sleep 💤
Me to drive today, just over an hour I think - fairly good roads, and nothing went wrong today - how it should be!
I’d said I fancied a baguette today, and as luck would have it, an artisan boulangerie appeared just off a roundabout with large parking spaces, so in I went! Spent the rest of the journey enjoying the wonderful aroma of fresh warm bread!
Was very tasty too, you can’t beat Lidl for a 35c baguette, but these artisan ones just have so much more flavour!
We’re parked up in a town called Sigean. Decided against Narbonne or Perpignan today, just wanted a lazy day. Parking nothing special - large carpark - and now early evening there are about half a dozen motorhomes.